Liberty, Texas

Upcoming Events in Liberty Texas


Faux Real Trade Days - Faux Real Trade Days has lots of great shopping in Liberty, Texas. Over 125 vendors with covered pavilions and 60 acres available for outside vendors. Come out each month on the weekend following the third Monday, March through November. Thursday - Sunday, 9am to 5pm.

Address: Trinity Valley Exposition Fairgrounds, 321 FM 563 , Liberty, Texas
Ph: 936-641-4522 (Always call and confirm events)


18 - 19Annual Liberty Jubilee - The festival opens at noon on Friday with various food vendors, arts and crafts vendors and the Liberty Municipal Library’s book and bake sale. That evening there is a street dance. A popular Barbecue Cookoff competition is held each year with teams setting up on Friday afternoon and judging held on Saturday. The festival is greatly expanded on Saturday, beginning that morning with a parade featuring costumed children walking their pets. There is literally something for everyone in the family to see or do throughout the day on Saturday. There are two stages of live entertainment, strolling clowns, children’s games and rides, outdoor recreation section, arts and crafts and, of course, great food.

Address: Downtown , Liberty, Texas
Ph: 936-336-3684 (Always call and confirm events)

25 - 27OMoM Annual Easter Rodeo Weekend - ASGCA Approved, 5 Major Events: Tie-Down Roping, Steer Wrestling, Steer Undecorating, Barrel Racing, Bull Riding.

Annual Easter Roping, Saturday, -TVE Fairgrounds on FM 563 in Liberty, TX- Promoted by: Our Mother of Mercy (E. Hebert & S. Hebert),T. Arceneaux, & L. Solomon, BUCKLES will be awarded, Gates open at 12:30 am, Pay up by 8 am, Roping begins at 9 am, Pee-Wee Break-a-way & Tie-down (13 & under) 2/$65, Junior Break-a-way & Tie-down 2/$70, Old Timer Break-a-way & Tie-down (40 & over) 2/$80, Senior Break-a-way and Tie-down (55 & over) 2/$80, Girls Break-a-way 2/$80, Open Break-a-way 2/$100, Open Tie-down 2/$130, “OO” 2/$130, “C” 2/$130, “D” 2/$130,

FMI: T. Arceneaux (713)446-6608, L. Solomon (281)455-9162, E. Hebert (936)402-6020, S. Hebert (936)402-5413 (

Sunday, Annual Easter Rodeo Promoted by: Our Mother of Mercy, Ames, TX, $2,500 ADDED MONEY to timed events with enough bullriders, Books open: 6am, Long Go begins at 8 a.m. for timed events, Call in for rough stock only: Monday, 6 p.m.-10 p.m., call C. Sandles (281) 652-7227, , Non-Food Vendors: call M. Domain (936) 336-3466, FMI: T. Arceneaux (713) 446-6608, C. Sandles (281) 652-7227, R. Arceneaux (281) 383-5002

Zydeco Featuring J. Paul Jr. & the Zydeco Nubreeds following the rodeo from 6pm-10pm. Must have wristband fastened around wrist to enter Zydeco for free,

Coggins are required, No glass containers, no pets, no weapons, no coolers, & no reptiles, Limited Stalls & Hooks-Ups are Available.

Gates to the Fairgrounds open at 12:30 a.m., Saturday. Come out and enjoy great family fun with lots of bar-b-que, etouffee, funnel cakes, and lots more.

Address: Trinity Valley Exposition Fairgrounds, FM 563 , Liberty, Texas
Ph: 936-336-6702 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Adults: $10 and Children: $5 (5-12); (Prices are for Sat. or Sun. only or both Sat. & Sun.)


23Spring Festival - Food, Games, Silent Auctions, Desserts, Music and Entertainment.

Address: Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 411 Milam St. , Liberty, Texas
Ph: 936-336-7267 (Always call and confirm events)


4Patriotic Fireworks - Events begin at dusk.

Address: Liberty Municipal Park , Liberty, Texas
Ph: 936-336-3684 (Always call and confirm events)


9 - 17TVE Fair & Rodeo - Fair exhibitions and PRCA Rodeo.

Address: TVE Fairgrounds, Hwy 563, , Liberty, Texas
Ph: 936-336-7455 (Always call and confirm events)

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