The Texas Memorial Hall stands in an area where various Aboriginal groups share interests in the land, including the Bigambul and Gambuwal/Kambuwal people

The Texas Memorial Hall was built in 1958 and soon after opening, the stage collapsed during a meeting of local tobacco growers. Let’s hope things have improved since then, or it will be the worst for our artists! The origin of the town’s name is generally regarded as a reference to a territorial dispute. The land in the area was first settled by the McDougall brothers, who found squatters there on returning from the goldfields. Once their legal right to the land was recognised, they named their property in honour of the rather more famous dispute between the United States and Mexico over territory in Texas, USA. 

Festival of Small Halls rolls into Texas on Thursday, 14 October, 2021 with Darren Hanlon and Kelly Brouhaha. Gonna be a big show? You betcha! 

BYO food and drinks welcome.

Tickets are priced at  

Full Admission – $15 

Child Admission (ages 15 and under) – FREE accompanied by Adult 

Click here to purchase tickets. 

Alternatively, you can purchase tickets locally at the Texas Library between 8.30am to 4.30 pm from Monday to Friday. 

Doors Open 6:30PM 

Show Starts 7:00PM 

Texas Memorial Hall is wheelchair accessible, and has an accessible toilet facility. 

This show is supported by Goondiwindi Regional Council RADF Program.

Festival of Small Halls events take place in venues operating under an approved Queensland Health Covid Safe Event Checklist, and has stringent Workplace Health and Safety requirements for all travelling artists and crew. Under the terms and conditions of all events, you must not attend if you have any symptoms of Covid-19. 

Please do your bit to protect others and keep your community safe. 

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