September is that in-between month here in the Lone Star State. In between sweltering heat and the hopes for a cool brisk fall. As your gearing up for Fall activities such as hay rides, and Halloween don't forget about September happenings all around Texas.
August 31st-September 2nd -2018 World Championship Goat Cookoff
Brady TX ,
Founded in 1974 and held every year on Labor Day Weekend. Brady's World championship BBQ Goat Cookoff has grown to be the largest competition of its nature in the state. In addition to the cookoff, guests can enjoy activities including children's games, horse-shoe tournaments, live music and an arts and crafts fair.
September 13th-16th Grapefest
Named for the wild Mustang grapes that blanketed the land when settlers first arrived in the area in 1844. Grapevine is the headquarters' of the Texas Wine industry. Guests of all ages will find a variety of new wines, new vendors, new bands and more to discover and celebrate throughout the four-day festival.
September 6th-15th West Texas Fair and Rodeo
At the West Texas Fair & Rodeo you're sure to find a plethora of delicious food, a carnival with a variety of rides for everyone to enjoy, two rounds of a Tractor Pull that are sure to excite the boys!, a week of PRCA Rodeo, a barn full of some of the
best livestock from across Texas, musicians, entertainment and much more!