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A note regarding COVID-19

Due to concerns over the spread of coronavirus, some events have been postponed or canceled. Please make sure to check the event website, social media, or call ahead to confirm an event is still taking place if you are interested in attending.


“Silent Sky”

March 14-17

Warehouse Living Arts Center Theatre and Gallery, 119 W. Sixth Ave.

In celebration of the total solar eclipse passing over Corsicana, “Silent Sky” shows at The Planetarium at Navarro College. In the performance, Henrietta attempts to measure the light and distance of stars as she takes measure of her life on Earth, trying to balance her dedication to science with family obligations and the possibility of love.

“Janet’s Planet”

April 2-4

The Warehouse, 119 W. Sixth Ave.

Janet Ivey, creator of “Janet’s Planet,” is committed to enriching the lives of children via education and live performances, TV, and online programming. With over 25 years in children’s entertainment and education, Janet has captivated Nashville and beyond with her work. Janet’s show joins the weeklong eclipse celebration. Students 2nd through 6th grade participate with Janet, and the community has a chance to view.


Totality Eclipse at Schreiner University

April 4-8

Schreiner University, 2100 Memorial Blvd.

Schreiner University offers an exclusive front-row seat to the breathtaking total solar eclipse. To make this unforgettable experience even more thrilling, Schreiner has prepared an exciting schedule packed with stargazing activities, esteemed guest speakers from the scientific community, live music, and wine tastings. Registration is required.

Copperas Cove

Solar Eclipse Festival

April 5-8

Various locations, East Avenue East and South Second Street

Copperas Cove is in the path of totality for the 2024 total solar eclipse. The city celebrates with multi-day eclipse events including stages for live music and guest presentations from astronomers and eclipse chasers. RV and tent camping sites are available. Book your space now through the Copperas Cove Solar Eclipse website to secure your spot to view this spectacular event.


Texas Eclipse

April 5-9

Reveille Peak Ranch, 105 CR 114

Texas Eclipse is a not-to-miss celebration under the Texas sky. This is the last chance to catch a total solar eclipse in the United States for more than 20 years. At over 4 minutes and 20 seconds, this is one of the longest totality events you can attend. Music, art, science talks, tech activations, a space travel expo, and interactive art are all part of the festivities.



April 5-8

Quiet Valley Ranch, 3876 Medina Highway

Witness the total solar eclipse at Quiet Valley Ranch. Over four minutes of totality are accompanied by a full weekend of family-friendly music, camping, and science presentations.

Del Rio

TX Solar Eclipse Fest

April 5-8

Val Verde Fairgrounds , 2006 N. Main St.

Del Rio sees 3 minutes and 25 seconds of totality as the total solar eclipse crosses the border. Pick up your certified eclipse solar glasses from the Del Rio Chamber of Commerce plus a schedule of events. Vendors, food trucks, and live music are found all around town. The TX Solar Eclipse Fest Concert Series includes Dustin De La Garza, William Beckmann, Groupo Massore, AJ Castillo, Michael Salgado, Stoney LaRue, Eli Young Band, and John Michael Montgomery. Contact the city of Del Rio for tent and RV camping spaces.


Totality Tyler

April 5-8

Various locations

Leading up to the total solar eclipse on April 8, the city of Tyler invites visitors to immerse themselves in the cosmic wonders of nature with a weekend of special events, including live music from the East Texas Symphony Orchestra, TJC Earth & Space Science Center planetarium shows, and a Lunar Lunch on the lawn at the Goodman Museum.


Solar Rodeo 2024

April 5-8

Various locations

Mesquite is celebrating the solar eclipse on April 8, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, with a full weekend of festivities and community events including the annual Rodeo Parade, a planetarium experience, family games, art, a farmers market, and live music.


Ground Zero Music Fest

April 5-9

Mansfield Park, 2886 SH 16 North

Celebrate the total solar eclipse at a five-day, four-night music festival. The family-friendly event features camping and over 20 bands, including national, regional, and local acts in a variety of music genres, from country and Southern rock to Tejano and local picking circles.


Texas Lions Camp Eclipse Celebration

April 5-7

Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27

Join the Texas Lions Camp in celebrating 75 years of their mission with a 2024 eclipse concert weekend.


Texclipse Music Festival

April 6-8

Hill Country Fair Association, FM 2169

Celebrate the total solar eclipse over Texas in Junction with three days of cultural programming, music, art installations, and camping.


Eclipseboro Wine and Art Walk

April 6

Downtown Hillsboro , 54A W. Elm St.

The Eclipseboro Wine and Art Walk includes a number of Texas wineries and local artists featured in businesses around the historic town square. Tickets are available for purchase online starting in February 2024.


Fort Clark Springs Solar Eclipse Festival

April 6-8

Fort Clark Springs, 23 McClernand Road

This gated community is one of the first places to experience the total solar eclipse in Texas. The secluded location offers plenty of unobstructed views for the 4-plus minutes of totality. Fort Clark Springs is the third largest spring-fed pool in Texas, and festivities include food vendors, a Saturday night street dance, astronomy talk, “Little Shop of Horrors” movie showing, a float party in the pool during the eclipse, and a DJ party afterwards.


Solar Eclipse 2024

April 6-8

Railyard Park , 455 S. College St.

This three-day weekend centering around the rare solar eclipse taking place April 8 is filled with science, live music, activities for the family, and food trucks.


Total Eclipse Experience

April 6-9

Cave Without a Name Throne Room, 325 Kreutzberg Road

View the total solar eclipse on the grounds of Cave Without a Name. The three-day family-friendly event includes camping, hiking the trails, and live music performances. The Rahim Quazi Duo presents “Sounds of the Sun.” Surrounded by nature’s natural acoustics and sublime beauty, the performance features a simulation of light to darkness and darkness to full light.


Marcia Ball in Concert

April 7

Yett Memorial Park, 1813 US 281

In celebration of the total solar eclipse, Marcia Ball and her band entertain Blanco’s visitors with a special concert at Yett Memorial Park. All ages are welcome. Concessions are available. No outside food or drink is allowed.


903 Sun Sets: Kevin Fowler in Concert

April 7

Love Civic Center, 2025 South Collegiate Drive

Enjoy this free concert featuring Kevin Fowler the evening before the total solar eclipse on April 8. This event offers food trucks, vendors, an on-site beer garden, and a family-oriented environment.


Solar Eclipse on the Square

April 8

Downtown, 110 N. College Ave.

Head to beautiful downtown Tyler for a once-in-a-lifetime experience at the Downtown Tyler Total Eclipse Viewing Event. Festivities include live music, tasty food, and fun eclipse-themed activities.


Eclipse 2024 at The Ridge Marketplace

April 8

The Ridge Marketplace, 13439 RR 783 South

Guest astronomer Chap Percival is on site during the eclipse to answer all your questions and lead you through the event so you can view it safely. There is live music, food, and drinks as well.

Grand Saline

Viewing of Solar Eclipse

April 8

Gazebo Park on Frank Street, Main Street

Grand Saline celebrates being on the total solar eclipse’s path of totality with food, fun, and speakers discussing the effects of the solar eclipse.

The Colony

Total Solar Eclipse Viewing Event

April 8

Stewart Creek Park, 3700 Sparks Road

The Colony is in a prime location to catch the total solar eclipse. Stewart Creek Park hosts a free, family-friendly watch party where you can experience totality for nearly three minutes. Enjoy themed crafts and activities, giveaways, food trucks, and expert insight at multiple viewing stations.


Total Eclipse of the Pub

April 8

The Pub McDonough, 529 N. Houston St.

Witness the total solar eclipse at the Pub McDonough with eclipse-themed cocktails, shots, live music, appetizers, and free solar eclipse glasses for the first 100 patrons watching at the pub.


Historic Eclipse Viewing Party

April 8

Opal Lawrence Historical Park, 711 E. Kearney St.

Opal Lawrence Historical Park is hosting a party to celebrate the once-in-a-lifetime total solar eclipse. Activities and a variety of unique viewing areas are available across the 13-plus acre historic park’s wide open spaces.

Solar Eclipse in the Park

April 8

Picnic, play games, and watch the total solar eclipse at Paschall Park.


Eclipse Watch Parties

April 8

Windhaven Meadows Park; Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve, 5400 Windhaven Parkway; 5901 Los Rios Blvd.

Plano is on the path of totality for the total solar eclipse on April 8. Make it a weekend getaway or come for the day; either way, Plano is total-ly the place to watch with two official viewing locations.

Total Solar Eclipse at the Library

April 8

Haggard Library, 2501 Coit Road

Step in the shadow of wonder and join fellow astronomy fans to experience the awe-inspiring celestial event known as a total solar eclipse. Limited supply of viewing glasses available at all five Plano libraries.


Total Solar Eclipse 2024

April 8

Various locations

Bandera is the place to be during the total solar eclipse with over 4 minutes of totality.


Eclipse of the Flowers

April 8

Wildseed Farms, 100 Legacy Drive

Wildseed Farms hosts an all-day eclipse viewing party, where admission includes entry to the farm, eclipse viewing glasses, two drink tickets, one meal ticket, and access to the famous field of poppies. Come relax and enjoy the total eclipse and a full day of bands featuring The Ray Colao Band, Dan West, and The Frumpkins. Space is limited to ensure ample space for viewing.


Total Eclipse Festival

April 8

Hill Country Arts Foundation, 120 Point Theatre Road

The total solar eclipse is passing over Stonehenge II and the Hill Country Arts Foundation invites you to this festival, where attendees can expect several food truck options, a beer tent, RV and tent camping, and hygiene stations on the closed campus.

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