Frontier Days is a community old west festival held every year in the early spring. This is a day to travel back in time and experience and enjoy the history, heritage and legends of Texas over 150 years ago. The festival is fun for the whole family with vendors, music, great activities, and family friendly fun. This year’s date is April 26-28, 2019. The event begins with a parade at 5pm on Friday evening. Saturday's activities begin at 10 am with Vendors, music, gunfights and lots of activities for all ages. At noon, the chuck wagons will begin serving lunch, a $10 meal ticket buys you all you can eat off any wagon and Veterans will eat free! Saturday's activities will wrap up at 6pm, but we'll be back on Sunday morning at 9am for a good old fashioned Brush Arbor Gospel meeting under the tent. The event will be in Oscar Park in Iowa Park and will be free to the public, and NTVRF will be accepting donations for Base Camp Lindsey.
Vendors are welcome. Please fill out the Vendor application along with your fee to participate in Frontier Days!