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.
From August 18, 2018 to March 3, 2019, the Museum of Texas Tech University will host the exhibition. It is the largest collection of original and facsimile biblical manuscripts ever assembled in West Texas. The exhibit is free to the public.
The Upshaws of County Line: An American Family opens to the public on Friday, January 18th from 6-8 pm. A gallery talk is scheduled the following morning, Saturday, January 19th starting at 10 am. The exhibit remains on display until March 24th.
The Healthy Families Children’s Fair in San Angelo, the fourth Sunday in April, has more than 100 food and activity booths to support young West Texas families.
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.
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.
Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival is a multi-day event in Richardson's Galatyn Park featuring six stages of live music, shopping, kids' zone, food and more.
The color red, with its brilliant hue, has inspired artists’ imaginations and seduced viewers for millennia. And we have a small insect to thank for this magical color.
Teams from throughout Texas and surrounding states come to Dumas to compete in this two-day event sanctioned by the International Barbecue Cookers Association.
Sculpture On Main, first mounted in 2007, is a unique showing of public art in the Historic Downtown Marble Falls area. The current sculpture display represents the best of artists from around the region. Each year in November a street festival celebrates the artists. The event, held under a tent on Main Street, features an extensive Sculpture Exhibit and Sale.
Vibrant street paintings by local, regional, and nationally known artists will create a hive of color and activity in downtown Kerrville. The Festival will feature numerous free activities for children, live music on stage, food trucks and a massive Founder’s Mural.
Celebrate the holidays in Grapevine, the Christmas Capital of Texas, with live concerts, parades, train rides, snow tubing, classic movies, and more.
The Brazos Valley Worldfest is a popular College Station event held in November that celebrates international cultures with cuisine and entertainment.