June 9 - McKinney
MCKINNEY GARDEN CLUB GARDEN & HOME
Experience six beautiful gardens and homes on Saturday,
10am-5pm, as presented by the McKinney Garden Club. For
tickets, go to
June 15–16 - Cisco
CISCO TEXAS PIE FEST...
Let's have a good old-fashioned summer celebration in downtown
Cisco, TX. This unique pie-centric festival will have lots of
family fun, games, pie-baking contests, arts & crafts,
food & 40 foot all-you-can-eat pie buffet! (254) 442-2893.
June 9–10 - Greenville
COTTON BOLL ARTFEST...
This arts & crafts festival features hand-made jewelry,
pottery, artwork & more on the grounds of the Audie
Murphy/American Cotton Museum. For more information, call
(903) 450-4502, or visit
June 14–16 - Wichita Falls
31st LEGENDS OF WESTERN
SWING MUSIC FEST...
Hundreds of western swing musicians in 3 days of performances:
Dave Alexander, Jake Hooker, Bobby Flores, Tracy Byrd, Jason
Roberts, Billy Mata, Redd Volkaert, Mikki Daniel, Coby Carter
and more. MPEC Events Center. For more info: (318) 792-3303;
June 22–23 & June 29–30 - Albany
80th FORT GRIFFIN
Recapturing wild characters of the old west through a grand
story, singing, dancing, horses & a herd of longhorns.
Presented in a renowned amphitheater production, "Texas'
Oldest Outdoor Musical" features a huge local musical cast.
Free activities all day. Parade June 23 @ 5pm. BBQ 5pm
nightly. Tickets & Info: (325) 762-3838.
July 1 - Commerce
4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION…
Celebrate Independence Day on Saturday at Centennial Park with
a parade, live bands on stage, kid’s activities, food & bounce
houses. Held 6pm-9pm at the park’s Eddie Moore Sports Complex.
Enjoy fireworks at 9:30pm. For more info: (903) 886-3950 or
July 3–4 - Granbury
OLD-FASHIONED 4TH OF JULY
The Granbury Chamber of Commerce's Old-Fashioned Fourth of
July Celebration is the community's signature event, drawing
tens of thousands to Granbury with a hometown parade,
decorated bike contest, rodeo, live shows and acclaimed
fireworks. The Chamber invites you to join us July 3rd & 4th!
July 14 - Weatherford
PARKER COUNTY PEACH
Historic Downtown features over 200 arts, crafts, food &
activity vendors, SWEET PARKER COUNTY PEACHES, special stage
entertainment, children's events & the Famous Peach Pedal Bike
. (888) 594-3801.
July 17 - Hico
136th OLD SETTLERS REUNION…
Since 1882, Hico has been celebrating the area’s heritage with
a variety of events. Hico City Park. For more information:
(254) 796-4221 or
August 7–11 - De Leon
PEACH & MELON FESTIVAL AND
Parade, dances, pageant, tractor pull, fruit competitions, car
show, vendors, arts & crafts, foods, antique tractor show, and
events for all ages. (254) 893-6600 or (254) 893-2083.
August 17–25 - Denton
NORTH TEXAS STATE FAIR &
Join us for the largest livestock show in the area with
championship rodeos, live music, carnival, food, exhibits,
cook-offs & more. North Texas Fairgrounds.
or (888) 381-1818 or (940) 387-2632.
September 8 - Sanger
40th ANNUAL SELLABRATION...
Historic Downtown event features live music; arts, crafts,
food & activity vendors; kid's zone; Little Miss & Mr. Sanger
Pageant; street-dancing. Expected attendance is 4,500.
8am-8pm. Vendors apply ASAP.
September 8 - Denton
19th ARTS & AUTOS
Saturday on Denton's historic downtown square, 110 W. Hickory
St. FREE admission. Classic/hot rod/custom car, truck &
motorcycle show, fine art & crafts show, live music, Kid Zone,
and festival foods make this fun for the entire family. 9am to
3pm. (940) 349-8529,
September 12–15 - Alvarado
126th ANNUAL PIONEERS &
OLD SETTLERS REUNION...
Parade, queen's contest, baby contest, car show, carnival,
fiddler's competition, vendor booths, desserts bake-off, and
concerts including Asleep at the Wheel! L. Keith Renfro, P.O.
Box 217, Alvarado, TX 76009. Free Admission. $2 & Up Parking.
September 14 - Greenville
RALLY ROUND GREENVILLE
General street festival is family fun. Begins with Friday
night Kick-Off Concert on Courthouse Square & music continues
throughout the weekend. Kids Alley, MRV Espana-Circus Act,
bicycle ride, street dance & art show are also part of the
fun. Expected attendance 8,000 to 10,000. Vendors apply ASAP
for best placement. E-mail
or call (903) 455-1510.
September 15 - Springtown
34th ANNUAL WILD WEST
On the Square, 9am-4pm. Parade at 10am. Over 200 booths,
food/drinks, kid's activities & rides, live entertainment, Old
West gunfight shows, 19th annual BBQ cook-off, and live bull
riding & mutton bustin'. Booths: $85+ elec. (optional). Food
vendors: 10x10=$125+ electric. Set-up starts 6am. (817)
September 21–22 - Commerce
BOIS D’ARC BASH…
“The Bois d’Arc Capital of Texas” hosts its 33rd Annual Bash
downtown. Saturday: Arts & crafts, food, music, games, 5K run,
parade, golf tournament, carnival & Texas wine tasting. Sept
15: Miss Bois d’Arc Pageant.
September 21–23 - Cleburne
WHIPP FARM ANTIQUE ALLEY
Discover 200 dealer booths at Whipp Farm at 1900 E. on FM4
South during the community's bi-annual Antique Alley & Yard
Sale. Vendor Inquiries Welcome! For more information: (817)
September 21–23, 2018 and April 19–21, 2019 - Grandview
ANTIQUE ALLEY TEXAS...
Scattered over 30+ miles—the communities of Grandview,
Cleburne, Keene, Alvarado, Venus, Maypearl & along the
way—have "treasures" hidden in many locations. Pull into
provided parking & do not park on state highways.
or FB/AntiqueAlleyTexas. (817) 666-5024. Maps available online
or during show in Grandview.
September 22–23 - Comanche
37th annual heritage festival, live entertainment, great food,
artisan & commercial vendors, art & photography show, state
sanctioned BBQ cook-off, antique tractor show, largest car
show in Central Texas. Approx. 10,000 attendance in beautiful
shady City Park. Visit ComancheChamber.org. (325) 356-3233.
October 20 - Kerens
14th ANNUAL COTTON HARVEST FESTIVAL...
Enjoy country lifestyle foods, hot air balloons, street dance,
arts & crafts, carnival, live entertainment, chili cook-offs,
mule wagon rides, antique tractor show & pull, quilt show,
pageant, classic cars & more! 9:30am-11pm. Historic Downtown.
East of Corsicana on Hwy 31.
October 20 - Whitesboro
53rd ANNUAL PEANUT
Celebrate over 50 years of family fun in downtown Whitesboro.
Approx. 20,000 visitors visit the entertainment-filled day.
Arts & crafts, food vendors, tractor exhibit, carnival,
musical entertainers, drawings and lots of fun. Free to
public. Vendor space available. Chamber of Commerce: (903)