Texas Festivals 2020, 2021

Dallas Festival of the Arts at Kidd Spring Park 2020 2020

Dallas Festival of the Arts at Kidd Spring Park 2020

October 24, 2020

Kidd Spring Park, Dallas, Texas

Skate or Die Fest 2020

Skate or Die Fest

October, 2020

Gas Monkey Live, 10110 Technology Blvd E Dallas, Dallas, Texas

Fall Festival & Craft Show 2020

Fall Festival & Craft Show

October, 2020

Church Location, Aubrey, Texas

Punkin Day 2020

Punkin Day

October, 2020

Downtown Pavallion , Floydada, Texas

Greek FUNstival 2020

Greek FUNstival

October, 2020

St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church, San Antonio, Texas

Frontier Times Museum Jailhouse Art Show & Sale 2020

Frontier Times Museum Jailhouse Art Show & Sale

October, 2020

Bandera County Old Jailhouse, 205 12th St Bandera, Bandera, Texas

Pottery in the Park 2020

Pottery in the Park

October, 2020

Corporate Employees Recreation Association, Ft. Worth, Texas

Jasper Fall Festival 2020

Jasper Fall Festival

October, 2020

Jasper County Courthouse Square, 121 N Austin St Jasper, TX, Jasper, Texas

Llano Estacado Grape Day 2020

Llano Estacado Grape Day

October, 2020

Llano Estacado Winery, 3426 E FM 1585 Lubbock, TX, Lubbock, Texas

Westlake Theatre Department Fall Carnival 2020

Westlake Theatre Department Fall Carnival

October, 2020

West Lake High School Ninth Grade Cafeteria, 4100 Westbank Dr Austin, TX, Austin, Texas

Fall Cottonwood Art Festival 2020

Fall Cottonwood Art Festival

October, 2020

Cottonwood Park , Richardson, Texas

Morton Ranch FFA Craft Show 2020

Morton Ranch FFA Craft Show

October, 2020

Morton Ranch High School , Katy, Texas

Flying Saucer BeerFeast 2020

Flying Saucer BeerFeast

October, 2020

Sundance Square, Fort Worth, Texas

East End Street Fest 2020

East End Street Fest

October, 2020

Navigation Boulevard between South Jensen Drive and Delano Street, Navigation Blvd & N St Charles St, Houston, Texas

FUMC Hamilton Harvest Festival 2020

FUMC Hamilton Harvest Festival

October, 2020

First United Methodist Church, 215 W Main St Hamilton, Hamilton, Texas

Keep Fighting Run Festival 2020

Keep Fighting Run Festival

October, 2020

Gupton Stadium, Cedar Park, Texas

Kicks 101.5 Crock Fest 2020

Kicks 101.5 Crock Fest

October, 2020

Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, 16765 Lookout Rd Selma, Selma, Texas

Texas Mushroom Festival 2020

Texas Mushroom Festival

October, 2020

Madisonville Town Square, Town and Country Ln & Robin Ln Madisonville, TX, Madisonville, Texas

Texas Clay Festival 2020

Texas Clay Festival

October, 2020

Buck Pottery, 1296 Gruene Rd New Braunfels, TX, New Braunfels, Texas

Texas Country Reporter Festival 2020

Texas Country Reporter Festival

October, 2020

Ellis County Courthouse Square, 101 W Main St Waxahachie, TX, Waxahachie, Texas

East Texas Oil & Gas Blast 2020

East Texas Oil & Gas Blast

October, 2020

Carthage Civic Center, Carthage, Texas

Fort Worth Boo at the Zoo 2020

Fort Worth Boo at the Zoo

October, 2020

Fort Worth Zoo, 1989 Colonial Pkwy Fort Worth, TX, Fort Worth, Texas

Canton Main Street Autumn Festival 2020

Canton Main Street Autumn Festival

October, 2020

Downtown Canton on the Square, 119 N Buffalo St Canton, TX, Canton, Texas

Delta County Cotton Harvest Festival 2020

Delta County Cotton Harvest Festival

October, 2020

Cooper Historic Square, 61 West Side Square Cooper, TX, Cooper, Texas

River Walk Fall Arts & Crafts Show 2020

River Walk Fall Arts & Crafts Show

October, 2020

San Antonio River Walk, 849 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, Texas

About Festivals in Texas

Throughout the year, the Lone Star state has a huge selection of events and festivals to reflect its size and stature. It’s got a big heart, a big mass, big cities and big attractions. The state has rural charm, smiling faces, gorgeous plains and a wealth of food… and when you’re not indulging in these, the festival scene is sure to keep you busy, with a practical plethora of options and oddities.

Scarborough Renaissance Festival is a big six-week festival of lancing, knights and other medieval chicanery, with countless performances, attractions, games, demonstrations, shops, stores and events. There are over twenty stages and more than 200 acts along with fun ranging from jousting to comedy to swordplay. You can also expect a lip-smacking selection of themed food (along with non-themed food for those with more discerning palates). It’s an exciting and educational celebration of all things medieval and it’s fun for all the family… just don’t get hung, drawn and quartered!

Texas State Fair is another large-scale event, and harks back to the glory days of old-school state fairs, with roots dating back to the 1880s. It’s chock-full of fairground rides, carnival foods, sideshows, creative arts, a car show, the tallest Ferris Wheel in North America and almost a month of family entertainment. There’s also music, performances and plenty of entertainment alongside the obligatory livestock. It’s the sort of event your grandmother always told you about – go along and see why!

Dallas Blooms is one of the biggest floral displays in the whole of North America. If you’re a green-fingered flora friend, you won’t find anything to better tickle your fancy. With hundreds of thousands of plants, bulbs, trees, shrubs, annuals and perennials, you’ll be more than able to get your fix. You can buy, learn, study and see, and all with the added bonus of arts, crafts, food and entertainment. If there’s anywhere to get your flowery fill, this is it.

Savor Dallas is renowned as the biggest food and wine festival in the whole state, and offers great local, regional, national and international treats to whet your appetite and wet your lips. It’s a drool-fest of epic proportions, with hundreds of tasty treats and tipples, dozens of top-notch chefs and plenty of reasons to unloosen your belt.