Celebrate Czech culture in the small town of Ennis at the National Polka Festival from May 24-26.
Learn what it was like for the first settlers of the Texas frontier at the annual General Sam Houston Folk Festival in Huntsville.
Great music and delicious food converge at the annual Taste Addison event, featuring popular bands like the Plain White T’s, the All-American Rejects, Smash Mouth, the Spin Doctors, and the Josh Abbott Band.
Aransas Pass’s Shrimporee celebration is in its 71st year, and it’s ready to bring the same fun to the coast as always.
To celebrate the various influences of Texas’ unique culture, San Antonio’s Texas Folklife Festival, now in its 48th year, offers a weekend of music, cuisine, and fun.
Celebrate Texas’ rich dairy heritage and enjoy an early weekend of hot-air ballooning fun at the first ever Moo-La Festival in Stephenville.
The Texas Blueberry Festival is back for its 30th year, and you’ll want to make the trip to Nacogdoches for the delicious sweet treats and fun this festival has to offer.
Mixed-media artist Justin Favela explores the Latinx experience in the United States through his “All You Can Eat” exhibit, which features huge recreations of Tex-Mex dishes as piñatas.
It’s the 60th anniversary of the opening of Motown Records, and Austin’s LBJ Presidential Library is celebrating with a musical new exhibit called “Motown: the Sound of Young America.”
As a kid, you probably created your fair share of impressive Lego masterpieces, but the displays at the Art of the Brick Exhibit are a step above the rest.