LOCKHART, TEXAS, is home to a vibrant creative class, unique local businesses, and many festivals and events throughout the year. Lockhart is officially the Bar-B-Que Capital of Texas, with many rival family establishments to try. We also have one of the most beautiful courthouses in Texas, crowning a quaint town square that is one of the top destinations in Texas.
Here are just a few reasons to visit Lockhart. See more events here: lockhartchamber.com/events
BBQ AND OTHER GREAT STOPS, WALKABLE FROM BIRDIE HOUSE:
The Old Settlers Music Festival, held in April, features American roots, bluegrass, and folk music, with crafts and camping on the 145 acre festival grounds.
The Chisholm Trail Roundup is one of Lockhart's most iconic events, with a rodeo, live music, fair, and a parade that passes right in front of Birdie House on the second full weekend of June.
Al Dressen's Western Swing Fest features BBQ and Hall Of Fame stars of western swing in late September.
Speaking of the Dead is a ramble through Lockhart's historic cemetery with visits by long-dead spirits buried there. Hear their stories and enjoy the creepy feeling every October.
Dickens Fest inaugurates the holiday season with a lighted parade, Santa, street vendors, crafts, yule log and more on the first weekend in December on the square.