A Guide To East Texas Fall Festivals 2019
Fall is a great time to be in East Texas because there are so many festivals to attend that will have plenty of food, rides, live music and entertainment for the whole family.
With falls arriving soon, so are the fun activities, festivals and get togethers that nearly every East Texan loves to be a part of! We've got you covered when it comes to the biggest festivals and fairs being hosted in East Texas and beyond!
Here's a look at what's to come this fall! For more information on any festival, just click the festival name to be taken to their official website that has all the information you're looking for!
Enjoy fall y'all!
With roots dating back to 1949, this fair has fun for the entire family with rides, contests, live music, the Miss Gregg County pageant and more!
A proclamation was issued by the Texas Legislature naming Athens as the Official Home Of The Hamburger! The entire city will be celebrating one of the world's most popular foods!
For more than 100 years the fair has been providing scholarships to East Texas students. One of the largest events in East Texas during the fall, this fair has it all! Fair food, carnival rides, entertaining shows, live music, livestock shows along with many other entertaining shows.
The pesky ant that causes trouble will be the center of attention during this Marshall event complete with live music, childrens area with inflatables, fun run and 5k, contests, vendors and more!
Celebrating the harvest season, the event takes place in beautiful downtown Lindale and will feature carnival games, plenty of food, car show, a 5k and more activities.
Dating back to 1974, this festival has everything you'd expect a festival to have! Artists, live entertainment, games, car show, door prizes and lots of food!
Edom has been celebrating art, crafts live music and awesome food since 1972!
Awesome carnival rides, the Queen's Coronation, livestock show, barn dance, live music, food contests and more have drawn thousands to downtown Gilmer since 1935 to celebrate the yam!
Tyler is known as the rose capital, so why not have a festival to celebrate and honor this distinction! The Texas Rose Festival features the queen's coronation, Rose Parade, arts, crafts and quilting fair, and many other socialite activities.
If you love hot peppers then this is the must attend festival for you this fall!
Time for a good 'ole county fair in Sulphur Springs complete with carnival rides, food and many other activities!
One of the most unique festivals in the state, much less the country, you can experience a hog parade, pageant, cook-off and more!
Thousands flock to downtown Henderson for this sweet festival that features syrup, food, live entertainment, crafts, carnival rides, car show along with many unique and antique displays.
Live out this timeless story along the historic Texas State Railroad with your children. Several trips a day depart from the Palestine Depot, check the official website for departure day and times.