Just like every year when the Texas State Blueberry Festival takes over downtown, there are some road closures in Nacogdoches for the Old Town Rig Down. Today (Friday, September 16th, 2022) they are setting up for this fun family event, and if you need to get to City Hall there are some alternative routes you will need to take.

Take South Street to Pilar Street to Pecan Street. This route will be open through 5 pm today for access to Nacogdoches City Hall.

If you are headed downtown anytime this weekend, the City Of Nacogodches thanks you in advance for your patience. The roads will be cleared and everything will be back to normal on Monday.

City Of Nacogdoches via Facebook
City Of Nacogdoches via Facebook

What Is The Old Town Rig Down In Nacogdoches, Texas?

If you are in Nacogdoches you might be interested in learning about this large event that is closing downtown for the weekend. The Old Town Rig Down is a first-year event that celebrates big rig trucks.

The event is set up to raise funds for the Old University Building restoration and the Nacogdoches Boys and Girls Club, brought to you by the Masey Rose Foundation. You can make a donation directly on their website at oldtownrigdown.com.

The event, including all the live concerts, are free to attend. There are other ways you can help financially by being a part of the live auctions and visiting all of the food vendors as well.

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