The City of Dickinson is excited to announce that Texas artist Kevin Fowler will return to headline its Seventh Annual Red, White & Bayou Crawfish and Texas Music Festival.
“We are excited to bring Kevin Fowler back to headline this year’s Festival!,” said Julie Robinson, City Administrator. “Everyone had such a great time with Kevin last year, that we just couldn’t resist bringing him back. We only heard a couple of songs from The Rankin Twins last year, and we are happy to bring them back this year for a full set. We’re also thrilled to welcome William Clark Green to the Red White & Bayou Stage this year. The Festival is known for highlighting artists that represent the best that Texas music has to offer, and William Clark Green, one of Texas Red Dirt’s rising stars, will take the event to a whole new level. This year’s lineup is amazing – and you won’t want to miss it!”
In addition, festival-goers will be able to enjoy two additional Texas bands taking the stage earlier in the day: Heritage Artist Curtis Poullard and The Creole Zydeco Band and Rock cover band 3Peace.
The Festival will feature some of the Dickinson area’s finest vendors offering product sales, a Kid Zone with rides and activities for kids of all ages, the always-popular crawfish races, and some of the best crawfish on the Gulf Coast. Other great foods will also be available for purchase.
Tickets to the event are only $5.00 until May 21st at 7:00 pm and are currently available for purchase online,at Dickinson City Hall and the Dickinson Historic Railroad Center, or you can purchase tickets on the day of the Festival at the gate. Beginning at 7:00 pm on May 21st, tickets will be $10.00. No outside food and beverage will be allowed. The Festival gates will be open from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm.