This is going to be an interesting new music festival for us here in East Texas. This Saturday - November 10th, 2018 - from 1pm-4pm it will be about 50 degrees. Perfect Fall fall sweater weather for a new music Festival. Touted as the 1st Annual Mission Tejas Harvest Music Festival, at Mission Tejas State Park in Grapeland. Texas Parks and Wildlife has put this together to encourage us to get out tin the fall weather to enjoy the nature all around us.

Join them in welcoming cool weather to the area by hanging out at the festival grounds, enjoying 19th Century music. Come prepared for a show as well as cool weather. You are allowed to bring chairs, blankets, and bring your own picnic.

Experience the performance of local old style musicians in our pioneer park! The Old Time Gospel Project, The Big Eyed Rabbits, and Camino Real will be playing on the porch of the historic Rice Family Log Home.

Admission is free, and all are welcome by the Friends of Mission Tejas - their volunteer organization. Donations to the organization are encouraged during the festival. This event and funds raised will help them continue their mission to keep the parks beautiful, functional, and engaging.

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