Get ready for the 51st Annual New Boston Pioneer Days, The Hottest Festival in Texas. All the fun takes place Wednesday, August 17 and runs through Saturday, August 20.

The carnival and rides kick off the festival on Wednesday  (tickets only) and Thursday & Friday (Armbands $25 or tickets) from 6 PM to 10 PM each night. Saturday rides are from 11 AM-3 PM then 6 PM -10 PM.

Admission to the Festival and concerts are Free

Thursday, August 18


It's The AC/DC Tribute band Back in Black on the Pavilion Stage starting at 8:30 PM.

Friday, August 19


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It's two-time CMA and ACM Female Vocalist of the Year, the legendary Janie Fricke along with Dion Pride the son of Charlie Pride and Marty Haggard, the son of Merle Haggard on the Pavilion Stage starting at 8:30 PM.

Saturday, August 20

Be sure to catch the Pioneer Days Parade in downtown New Boston at 10 AM.

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Gene Gallin on Unsplash

The Car & Motorcycle Show will begin at 11 AM on N. Ellis Street. Registration closes at noon with judging at 1 PM and awards at 2 PM. More details here.


Live music throughout the day all leading up to the concert Saturday night at 8:30 as Mo Pitney hits the main stage at T&P Trail Park. Take a listen to his videos below. He's good and hoping we will be hearing more from him.

You can find out more information and keep up with the latest information at the New Boston Pioneer Days website and also at their Facebook page.

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