Wichita Falls, Texas | Annual Events
Arts Alive! Home & Garden Festival. The latest in home products, gardening, and outdoor living. More than 200 booths. Last weekend in February.
Cowboy True. A celebration to honor the working cowboy and the artwork that comes from their daily lives. Western music, fabulous food, beautiful art and dancing. In March.
Red River Wine Festival. Sample great Texas wine, enjoy good food and a fun time. In April.
Legends of Western Swing Music Festival. 3 days of dancing to western swing bands from 11am until midnight each day. In June.
Texas Ranch Roundup. Real working cowboys from some of Texas’ most historic ranches compete for braggin’ rights. Third weekend in August.
Hotter’N Hell Hundred. One of the oldest and largest one-day century cycling events in the country with over 10,000 participants. 100 miles in 100 degrees. Held annually 9 days before Labor Day.
FallsFest. Live concerts, food, kids’ activities, and sporting events all rolled into one fun family weekend. Every September.
Downtown City Lights Festival, Parade and 5K. Kick off the Christmas season in historic downtown, complete with horse-drawn carriage rides, games, music plus an old-fashioned parade. Lace up your shoes for the fun 5K. Saturday before Thanksgiving.
MSU-Burns Fantasy of Lights Display. Generations have enjoyed this seasonal favorite that is a continuing memorial of a couple who wanted to share their love of Christmas with others. 34 lighted animated displays plus over 20,000 lights adorn the Midwestern State University campus. First Friday in December through January 1.