Festivals of Texas

The state of Texas offers various entertainment such as food festivals, sports, fine arts, culture, and music events.

Plan your Stay and we take care of the rest

Our primary aim is to provide information and tips on the events about to happen in Texas. The information we provide includes things such as tickets, dates, and directions.

We also preview previous events and offer advice on how they went down. Please read our blog to know what you can do in Texas, events to attend, and how to stay out of trouble at these events.

Events You Really Need to Check

1. Mardi Gras Galveston

The Mardi Gras Galveston Festival is held every year. In 2019, more than 250,000 attendees flocked to the festival. They enjoyed typical party activities, including fasting, headliner performances, basketball games, vampire costumes, and spectacular parades.

2. San Antonio Rodeo and Stock Show

Get a feel of the old West culture in Texas when you attend the San Antonio stock rodeo and show. This annual event brings to life many fun activities ideal for adults and the whole family. Attendees get to take part in calf scramble, shopping carnival rides, and rodeo contests.

3. Austin Livestock Show

Many livestock shows are happening in Texas and across the United States, but the Austin livestock show is the largest. Austin livestock show features 20 days of pure entertainment and rodeo competition. If you attend next year’s event, you will witness extravagant concerts, wine competitions, rodeo action, and, of course, the livestock shows.

4. Strawberry Festival

People from all states converge every April in Poteet, Texas, for the annual Strawberry Festival. The more than 30,000 attendees do not regret the decision to attend the festival because they get to take part in parades, dances, gunslingers, and other forms of entertainment.

Things to Do in Texas

Fishing at Padre islands

The gulf of Mexico sets a wonderful backdrop for the windswept dunes of the Padre Islands. The one underneath a 2 kilometers long island is the ideal place for saltwater fishing and swimming. If you arrive early, you may be able to spot jackrabbits or even a deer.

Walk on the Banks of the San Antonio

Take a leisurely and scenic walk along the San Antonio River. The gentle river meander’s its way through the city. The walk will take you to shops, festivals, music shows, and restaurants. You will enjoy every minute of your work.

Bird-watching at Quadruple Mountains

This is a 250 million years old ridge believed to be an old fossil reef. Marvel at this rare beauty from your binoculars. This is also a great place to camp over the weekend. There are also many birds flying around the brightly-colored ridge.

Tourists’ Corner


Mardi Gras Galveston definitely shocked me and all of my friends. It was my friend’s 25th birthday and it was UNFORGETTABLE. Our guide was more than we ever could have hoped for as a guide. He was attentive and knowledgeable. He was very kind and made our time as great as it was. I would definitely recommend Festival texas to any and all of my friends.

Shelby Mayer


Our driver was such a sweetheart! He had homemade cookies for us as well as water and snacks. He took us to an excellent example of four different wineries in the area. He called days beforehand to touch base and ensure we didn’t have any questions or special requests. Thoroughly enjoyed the tour!

– Michelle Payton

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