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2022 Western Days Schedule of Events

*Check back regularly for new developments and additions

Thursday, June 23, 2022

Family & Fashion Night

Carnival: 6-10 PM- No festival is complete without a carnival. Rides will open at 6 PM with family night and continue through Saturday. Located at the end of Main & 95 in Memorial Park. 

DJ Fernando Carlos: 6:30 PM-10 PM- Dropping all the beats, DJ Fernando Carlos will kick off Western Days at the pavilion starting at 6:30 PM. He will help emcee the fashion show and bring the music back when we are all fashioned out.  

Photo Blocks by Jennifer Rudolph: 6:30 PM-8:30 PM- Come out and grab a fabulous black and white photo block by one of our favorite photographers. Jennifer Rudolph will snap the fun photos and mail them straight to you. 

Railroad Runway Fashion Show: 8-9:30 PM -Join us down at the pavilion for Elgin’s first-ever fashion show! We will be highlighting local boutiques and salons to showcase their favorite styles. There will be four age groups from our community represented on the runway, and you will decide who the top models are.  This is a new event, and we can't wait to share it with you all. 

*Don’t forget to bring your phone to our selfie station provided by La La Balloonza. Let the kids dress up for a picture in our fashion trunk. Grab something to eat from one of our local vendors. Join us for this first-time event in beautiful Elgin, TX. 

Friday, June 24, 2022

Western Day’s Golf Tournament: 9 AM Shotgun – Our Western Day’s Golf Tournament has been a huge success. Grab a team of four and take on the beautiful course at Shadow Glen. Awards will follow immediately for the winning teams, longest drive and closest to the hole. A light breakfast will be provided by D2 Sports Bar & Grill and lunch by Southside Market. Teams of four are $500, and sponsorships are available.  

Tennis Court Dance: 7 PM- 11 PM- It’s back y’all. Well, at least for this year. We wanted a throwback with Elgin’s Sesquicentennial year (we’re 150 years old y’all) and what better way than the tennis court dance. Last Note Productions will get the music started at 7 PM, and the show will start at 8 PM. Get your boots ready for some dancing, as we will be featuring rising country music artist Braxton Keith. There will be a $5 charge to get into the tennis court for dancing, but as always it is free to hang out in the park and listen.  Grab your friends, your classmates, or your family and let’s kick it old school style.

Saturday, June 25, 2022

Grand Parade: 10 AM - This year’s parade is going to be a blast. With a theme of choosing your favorite decade, we are sure to see some creative floats. The parade starts at 11th street and proceeds on Main Street through downtown. Western Days is home of one of the largest parades in Central Texas.

Art, Crafts & Food Booths: All Day - Join us down in Memorial Park immediately following the Grand Parade. There will be close to 100 vendors featuring their art, passions and favorite products. The food court area will offer delicious festival food favorites including funnel cakes, kettle corn, turkey legs and more.

Music in the Park: 11:30 AM - You can’t have a festival, without music to enjoy. With a variety of genres and five different bands, the music will kick off at 11:30 AM and continue until the festival has come to a close.

 

Music Line Up Coming Soon!

Tournaments:

Volleyball Tournament: This popular event is always a crowd favorite. The first eight teams to sign up and pay their entry fee will be eligible to compete for the championship title. 

Horseshoe/Washer Tournament: This is one of the longest-running events at our festival. There is a $25 entry fee and winners will receive cash and prizes. Sign-up is on the day of the event. Limited spots are available, so be sure to get there early. 

Chamber Cornhole Challenge: We are spicing things up with this new challenge. As a fundraising event for the Elgin Chamber of Commerce, this challenge is geared towards organizations. (Although individual teams can challenge others as well) How it works: $100 to challenge a team and a $100 to accept the challenge. It is a four-person team, best of three games, and winners get bragging rights and a t-shirt y’all. 

Children’s Activities:

Grab your kids’ swimsuit and get ready for some water fun! This year we will be hosting a Tsunami Inflatable Water Park that is sure to be a favorite. Featuring water slides in various sizes and the always fun dunk tank. This is the perfect way to keep the kids cool and entertained for hours. Don’t worry, there will be plenty to do for those kids that can’t get in the water. Bracelets will be sold for $15 for 4 hours of entertainment. 

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