TXKToday Weekend Guide to Events, Music, Shows and More


Weekend Music:

Fat Jacks- DJ Dustyn Priest
67 Landing- Trophy Husband
Twisted Fork- Michael Rhodes & Kenneth Wiley Duo
Hopkins Icehouse-PHED
La Fogata- Mobetta
1923 Banana Club- Split Decision
Whiskey River Country- Tifani Brooke & The Dam Outlaws

Fat Jacks- Honey
Hopkins Icehouse- Nicci McCarty
Twisted Fork- Trivia
La Fogata- Lance Daniel
67 Landing- John Calvin Brewer Band
Redbone Magic Brewing- Teazur

Upcoming Events:

Perot Theater Upcoming Events & Ticket Information:
October 7th- Texarkana Symphony Orchestra Masterworks I:An American in Paris
October 27th- Rocky Horror Picture Show
November 4th- Texarkana Symphony Orchestra Masterworks II: Jupiter
November 10th- Lee Greenwood American Spirit Tour
November 18th- Texarkana Symphony Orchestra POPS I: Home Alone Live in Concert
November 24th- Sara Evans “Go tell it on the mountain” Christmas Tour
December 10th- Texarkana Symphony Orchestra POPS II: Christmas at the Perot
February 3rd, 2024- Texarkana Symphony Orchestra Masterworks III: Voices of Power
March 9th, 2024- Texarkana Symphony Orchestra Masterworks IV: Transfigured Night
April 6th, 2024- Texarkana Symphony Orchestra POPS III:Dark Side of The Moon: A Pink Floyd Tribute
Tickets for Perot Events Located HERE. 

TRAHC Exhibits

TRAHC, Texarkana Museums System, and TXK 150 are happy to hold From Their Texarkana to Our Texarkana: A Reimagining of Photographic Images! This exhibition is in celebration of Texarkana’s Sesquicentennial. These fifteen selected artists will be paired with a photo from the Museums System archive to then reimagine in their own way! The exhibition opens on September 19 and runs through November 25.

Upcoming Downtown Events:

Oktoberfest on the Line
Saturday, October 14
1:00 – 9:00 pm
Oktoberfest style eats, on the line, craft beer, shopping, live music, and more.

Universal Vibe Festival
Saturday, November 4th from 12PM-10PM located at E Front St., Texarkana, AR

Texarkana Arts & Historic District Upcoming Events

Design Downtown Regional Art Contest Hosted by the City of Texarkana, Texas

Design Downtown Regional Art Contest to be held this fall in downtown Texarkana. Residents of Miller, Bowie, and Cass counties will be able to submit renderings of a downtown Texarkana building, public space, or stretch of property in the Arts & Historic District from September 1st through November 3rd. The winner will receive local recognition, and have their submissions displayed in various locations downtown, and prints will be made for the Sesquicentennial Time Capsule, which will be buried on December 8th of this year.

Food Truck Fridays
Your favorite Fridays are BACK! Enjoy your pick of a great lunch or dinner in downtown Texarkana from local food trucks. This year, Food Truck Fridays will have three lunch days and three date nights for the entire community to enjoy, with multiple food trucks at each event. We invite you to come out and enjoy local cuisine and maybe even find a tasty new favorite!
11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Downtown Live
Hosted by Main Street Texarkana
6-9pm on the second Friday of every month. Our downtown galleries, Joseph Raymond Fine Art and The Gallery at 1894, along with several downtown boutiques and retail businesses, stay open later to meet you! Come and enjoy artists producing unique art live, meet the artists behind the masterpieces hanging in the galleries, enjoy live music and entertainment, do some shopping and stop at one of our downtown restaurants for dinner before or after. This event is family friendly and free to the public.

The Muses Project Opera Cabaret: Broken Standards
Presented by Texarkana Regional Arts & Humanities Council
“Broken Standards” is presented by The Muses Classical Troupe lead by internationally touring and resident professional vocalists, dancers, and instrumentalists, sharing arrangements of Early Opera, Art Song, Oratorio, and Sacred selections by Handel, Purcell, and Bach alongside American Big Band and Jazz Standards by Cole Porter, George Gershwin, and Kurt Weill. Music from these distinct time periods represents the origin of Opera and the cradle of Jazz, reflecting a belief in vocal music as a potent tool to evoke emotion from its listeners, and transport singer and audience alike to a higher level of awareness, transcendence, and absorption in the experience.
Sponsored by Patterson – Troike Foundation

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