Two Festivals This Saturday in the Lake Conroe Area

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Two Festivals This Saturday

Outdoor events like weddings, concerts, and festivals ramp up in the spring and fall in Montgomery County. A sure sign that we are in the midst of fall is that there are two festivals this Saturday in the Lake Conroe area. In today’s post, we will look into the pertinent details of each one.

Houston Country, Folk, & Blues Festival

There are two locations for this event. The Woodlands is hosting the Houston Country, Folk, Blues, & Red Dirt Festival at the Town Green Park from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. The physical address is 2099 Lake Robbins Drive. The best part is that admission is free! To get your free tickets, click here.

Expect live music from national recording artists. There will also be over 100 artisans with booths showcasing their talents as well as a farmer’s market. Enjoy delicious food, cold beer, and live music. Bring a blanket or lawn chair, but coolers and outside food are not allowed. This festival will be fun for all ages.

The other location for the Houston Country, Folk, & Blues Festival is in Conroe. Come out to the Heritage Place at 500 Collins Street. From 1:00 to 5:00 p.m., Bri Bagwell will take the stage and perform her music. This is also free to the public. Get your tickets here. Again, this is a family-friendly concert.

Texas 90’s Fest of 2023

The Texas 90’s Fest of 2023 also occurs on Saturday, September 30 at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds, which sits at 9201 Airport Road. The festival begins at 1:30 and ends at 5:30 p.m. Diamond Rio is headlining this event. Other performers are Pam Tillis, Mark Wills, Andy Griggs, and Doug Stone. To get tickets, click here. They start at $39 per person if bought in advance. There are also VIP tickets available.

Country music will fill the air this Saturday in a total of two festivals in three locations in the Lake Conroe area. Whether you enjoy 90’s country music or up-and-coming country stars, you have options for live music. Even though the temperatures haven’t fallen, the outdoor events in Montgomery County are taking off.