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Things To Do in Texas This Weekend: March 23-25

Written by , published March 19, 2018

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Spring heads into high gear with music festivals, art festivals, and bacon and brew festivals.

Toyota Texas Music Revolution

Plano: March 23-24 
This two-day music festival is the perfect Texas weekend: folk, blues, country, rhythm & blues, rock 'n' roll, swing, and bluegrass, all at Plano's beautiful Oak Point Park Amphitheater. This Texas tradition has a 20-year history and features artists from Canada to Tennessee to the very heart of Texas.

Bayou City Art Festival

Houston: March 23-25
As the nation's premier outdoor fine art event, the three-day festival at Memorial Park will provide guests with the opportunity to personally meet artists, view original works, and purchase world class art. The festival will benefit local nonprofit partners and feature music, local food vendors and food trucks, live music performances, and entertainment. 

Jazz Wine Trains

Grapevine: March 23-24
There's nothing like a train ride, jazz music, delicious food, and fine wine to make you feel like you've taken a trip back in time. The captivating excursion features new release wines from Grapevine wineries. Riders must be 21 and older.

An Examination of 300 Years of San Antonio History

San Antonio: March 23-24
The Tricentennial Speakers Conference explore the environment, people, and traditions that formed San Antonio into the complex, vibrant site of confluence that remains to this day. In the two days of the conference, scholars and experts on San Antonio history will present newly found evidence that illuminates the understandings of San Antonio's past—a linear trail of the exigencies, trends, and technologies that combined to form the city's present blend of cultures and traditions.

Kilgogh Arts Festival

Kilgore: March 23-24
Celebrate Vincent van Gogh's birthday with artists, crafters, and vendors joining an all-day festival in downtown Kilgore, featuring a student art competition, live entertainment, and numerous kid-centered activities such as clay sculpting and sand art. Additionally, sample East Texas wineries and enjoy heavy hors d'oeuvres and live entertainment. 

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Outlaws and Legends Music Fest

Abilene: March 23-24 
The eighth annual festival at the Back Porch of Texas benefits the Ben Richey Boys Ranch. 

SpringFest

Spring: March 24-25
What began as a Texas wine and art show has evolved to so much more. This year'€™s event at Preservation Park will be adding a new twist with a home and garden show—visit the demonstration area for DIY project inspiration. Walk the shop-lined streets of Old Town Spring as you taste craft beers and wines from coast to coast, eat delicious foods, shop the local craft vendors and town shops, and see a demonstration or crafting class while listening to great music. 

LBJ 100 Bicycle Tour

Stonewall: March 24
The 11th annual event at Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park offers routes of 10, 30, 42, and 62 miles throughout the scenic Texas Hill Country. 

Corks and Kegs Queso Fest

Uvalde: March 24
At Uvalde Memorial Park, enjoy Texas Hill Country wine and craft beer, food and retail vendors, a queso competition, and live music and performances. 

The Red River Wine & Beer Festival

Wichita Falls: March 24
Sample a variety of Texas wines and beers all in one convenient location—the JS Bridwell Ag Center. This annual celebration is the largest wine and beer tasting event in the Wichita Falls area. 

Bacon & Brew Fest

Huntsville: March 24
Expect to see multiple bacon vendors, beers from different Texas breweries, a concert, a 5K, and much more at the inaugural event in Huntsville's historic downtown square.

Living History Weekend

College Station: March 24-25
One of the largest events of its kind in Texas, at the Museum of the American G.I., visitors can walk through narrated WWI and WWII living history displays, see the award-winning display of operational military vehicles and artillery, and witness demonstration of historic small arms weapons used by both the allied and axis forces in WWI and WWII. The weekend's most spectacular events will be a WWI and a WWII battle re-enactment. 

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