It's time, time to get ready for the New Boston Pioneer Days Festival from this Thursday, August 19 through Saturday, August 21. Free parking and admission including the concerts and car show.


Presented by the New Boston Chamber of Commerce 'The Hottest Festival in Texas' will have fun for the entire family and in concert Thursday it's the KISS Tribute band Destroyer. Then headlining the festival's Saturday night concert it's John Schneider! Yes, Bo Duke from Dukes of Hazard will be performing Saturday, August 21.

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It all will take place at the T&P Trail Head Park Pavilion and Festival Grounds with tons of Arts and Craft Vendors and Food Vendors plus the Johnson Brothers Carnival will be there from Wednesday to Saturday (August 18 - August 21)

We talked with Charlie Clark, the President of The New Boston Pioneer Days. listen to the interview below:

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Live Music Thursday, August 19- Saturday, August 21

There will be concerts Thursday, Friday and Saturday. All are Free Admission just be sure to bring your lawn chairs.

(August 21- Saturday Performances)

  • 11am-12pm  Lane Bricker
  • 12:15pm-1:15pm  Parson B and the Part-Time Sinners
  • 1:30pm-2:30pm  Locked and Loaded
  • 2:45pm-3:45pm  Marlon Sharp and the Cowboys at the Cross
  • 4pm- 5:00pm  TTown 5
  • 8:30pm  John Schneider in concert (free admission).

Schedule of Events

A schedule of all the events is below including a parade Saturday morning at 10AM and a big Car Show with registration 8AM to 10AM. Judging at 11AM and Awards at 2PM

Lisa Lindsey
New Boston Pioneer Days Festival


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