Texas, 1 Nov 2019

Boots aren’t just made for walkin’, they’re also good for foot-tappin’ to fine tunes so, if you’re in the Goondiwindi parts, join us in the Texas Memorial Hall on 1 November for a night of music, community spirit and storytelling.

Tickets are also available locally at the Texas Library.

Doors open at 6:30pm for a 7pm start – see you there!

Festival of Small Halls is incredibly excited to reunite with the Texas locals and welcome in some travellers. Below is a collection of photos from our shows over the years. Each and every community holds a special place in our hearts.

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On paper, Texas has a romantic history that can rival Deadwood. Named after the US land dispute, but in honour of a local one between two brothers and some post-gold rush squatters, Texas earned its stripes with farming, silver mining and tobacco. Driving on the meandering road over the Dumaresq River leading out of Texas, you can have the great pleasure of driving in and out of state lines between Qld and NSW in your search for old tobacco stacks – Texas is also a border town.

Population: 1159

Texas Memorial Hall stands on land traditionally owned by the Bigambul people.


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