Featured Texas Events
Big-time rodeos, spectacular air shows, food and wine festivals, musical performances. You name it, Texas has it. Every month, there are many events held across the Lone Star State. To find out what's going on near you, check out our Texas events calendar below.
The Brazos Valley Worldfest is a popular College Station event held in November that celebrates international cultures with cuisine and entertainment.
Eat, drink, and be merry at the Texas Renaissance Festival in Todd Mission, TX! Embark on an enchanted journey into the Nation’s Largest Renaissance Festival for 9 weekends in October through November, and experience entertainment, food, drink, vendors, and games. From bagpipes to belly dancers, you will not want to miss this medieval celebration!
Celebrate the holidays in Grapevine, the Christmas Capital of Texas, with live concerts, parades, train rides, snow tubing, classic movies, and more.
Honor America’s heroes with a family-friendly festival commemorating service members and first responders. American Heroes: A Salute to Veterans is a weekend of celebration with activities for all ages at The Colony Five Star Complex.
Using what the hill country has to offer, the trail run and road bike legs include challenging climbs and rolling hills while the paddle leg takes you on a trip down the lovely South Llano River, ending in town at Schreiner Park.
Midtown Art in the Park is held every April on the grounds of historic Elizabeth Baldwin Park in the urban core of Houston, TX. Centrally located, Midtown is known for its many attractions including picturesque park spaces, long standing arts organizations, public art and a Cultural Arts District.
Modeled after the Texas Cowboy Gathering in Alpine, Texas, the goal of the Salado Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering will be to give our entertainers an opportunity to share their many talents. All are now or have been in the past, a part of the working cowboy environment.
With almost 3.5 million people attending Fiesta®, it is one of the biggest festivals in the United States, a top three in Texas and the largest in San Antonio. It is held each April to honor the memory of the heroes of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto, celebrating the diverse heritage, culture and spirit that make up the city of San Antonio.
The beautiful pioneer amphitheater carved out of and nestled into a natural basin in the majestic Palo Duro Canyon, the nation’s second-largest canyon, comes alive once again this summer for the 55th season of the Official Play of the State of Texas.