Taylor ISD Theater Performances
There are many different theater performances throughout the year at theaters in Taylor. Go to taylorplaymakers.com to see a list of upcoming shows and get your tickets. The Taylor ISD puts on two theater performances per school year– one in the spring and one in the fall.
Since 1950, the Taylor Rodeo Association has proudly brought to you the Taylor Annual Rodeo in the hometown of Bill Pickett. The crowds that come to this yearly event have grown because of the enthusiasm and the excitement– but most of all for the entertainment they receive. Over the years the Taylor Annual Rodeo has become the big fish in a small pond. It is one of the biggest and best small-town rodeos anywhere.
Main Street Car Show
The Main Street Car Show is an annual event held in late October/early November. This event is sponsored by the City of Taylor and Main Street Taylor, Texas, and in the past has featured art exhibitions, food, music, raffle prizes, and shopping, along with a wide array of impressive cars.
Patriot Day Parade
The Taylor Fire Department brings the community together every year on September 11th to honor those who lost their lives in the attacks that occurred in 2001. During this event, emergency personnel and vehicles parade through downtown Taylor.
Blackland Prairie Days
This annual festival takes place during the first weekend of May every year. This festival is sponsored by the Main Street Program, a program which focuses on downtown revitalization within the context of historical preservation. The Taylor Main Street Program supports the redevelopment of the downtown area through historical preservation, education, economic development and heritage tourism. This event includes a kids fest, arts & crafts, food, entertainment and more.
The annual Taylor fireworks show is held in beautiful Murphy Park each year on July 4th at dusk to celebrate America’s independence.
Christmas Parade & Tree Lighting Ceremony
First Saturday in December
The Taylor Ministerial Alliance hosts a Christmas Parade of Lights followed by the official Christmas Tree lighting ceremony by the City of Taylor every year on the first Saturday in December.
Third Thursday Shopping
Specials in select stores and businesses are open for extended hours in the evening on the third Thursday of every month in order to showcase the unique businesses in downtown Taylor. Door prizes, music and food make this exciting event something to look forward to every month!
Second Saturday Shopping
The excitement of Third Thursday is coming to Saturdays in Taylor! Specials at many downtown shops are open late on the second Saturday of every month. Door prizes, music and food make this exciting event something to look forward to every month!
Farmers Market on Main
At the Heritage Square Pavilion, we have vendors selling fresh fruits and vegetables, pasture-raised meats, fresh eggs, salsas, pickles and relishes, soaps, handcrafted items, bedding plants and more. Support local!
Numerous BBQ Cook-Offs
Taylor hosts numerous BBQ cook-offs throughout the year, including the Taylor International BBQ Cook-Off in August.
Jeremy Nail is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. He was born in Albany, Texas, and is based in Austin.
William Harries Graham’s music defies the contemporary labels…it is independent in spirit, but not indie; it is American, but not Americana. What it IS, though, is a gorgeous and layered piece of work, which combines intelligent lyrics and powerful poetic imagery with a dreamlike wash of guitars and vocals, running down everything from glorious anthems to the most delicate weepers.
Join these two musicians for one night in Taylor, Texas at Black Sparrow Music Parlor.
Please join the City of Taylor for our annual Memorial Day Ceremony to honor fallen military members. All are welcome to attend.
Join Hangout Pinball Lounge on the 1st Sunday of every month for their monthly pinball tournament! There’s a $10 tournament entry fee and the top 4 winners win cash prizes (tournament entry collection). The qualifying rounds start at 2:15 pm and the top seed rounds start at 5 pm. This tournament is open to all skill levels!
Jeremy Slemenda, Josef Pelletier, James Gwyn, Lyon Graulty
In order to showcase the unique businesses in downtown Taylor, shops are open late (until 9 p.m.) on the second Saturday of every month! Door prizes, music and food make this exciting event something to look forward to every month!
First artist goes on at 8 pm, last artist comes on at 11 pm. There is a $5 cover.
We are excited to be on stage with our brother Memphis Kee at Black Sparrow Music Parlor on July 1st at 7 pm! Get ready for great food, drinks, and Rock ‘n Soul!
– Texas Beer Company
– Julie Downs with Tierra Grande Real Estate
– Taylor Press
– Public Sketch
Do you live life to the fullest? For thirty years now, this is a question that has been challenged by a formidable group known as the Skatenigs. A band of heathens that has survived like cockroaches navigating life’s ups and downs making no excuses for their unconventional lifestyles or lack of. Phil Owen (aka Phildo) developed a brand of music that stole from every aspect of outlaw genres such as punk rock, heavy metal, rap, hillbilly, and every sacred rock and roll anthem vulnerable to its taking. After landing a deal with the Chicago-based Wax Trax Records, through an introduction from his Revolting Cocks cohort and Ministry’s main man Al Jourgensen, Phildo penned the now-classic song “Chemical Imbalance.” 2016 brought the release of the band’s most current album “Adult Entertainment for Kids”. This album currently is streamed in 51 countries and has assured the Skatenigs are anything but forgotten! Join Phildo and his band as they rise from the gutter to bring you an undeniable experience that is sure to be on your bucket list!