State Fair Of Texas
Ever since Big Tex burned to the ground one year ago, fans of the State Fair of Texas have been eagerly anticipating the arrival of his replacement.
As the new Big Tex gets ready for his big debut at this year’s State Fair of Texas, he’s making several stops across the state — and leaving his footprints behind.
When you think State Fair of Texas you probably think fried foods. It’s a highlight for many fair fans. This year there are some new treats fighting to be named the best.
Some of the craziest and most creative foods make their debut each year at the State Fair of Texas, and 2013 will be no exception.
A $600,000 renovation is underway right now at Fair Park to prepare a new pedestal capable of housing a much heftier Big Tex.
The State Fair of Texas has chosen a new voice for Big Tex when he is resurrected on September 27, 2013.
The State Fair of Texas will debut its “Summer Adventures in Fair Park” this weekend.
Bill Bragg, who was the voice of Big Tex for the last 11 years tells KRLD he was informed that his contract was not renewed effective Tuesday.
Want to help in the rebuilding of Big Tex? Now you can, with an online donation.
These talented DFW artists’ holiday craft ideas include affordable, easy-to-make gifts and cleverly upcycled decorations perfect for any holiday home.
The fate of deep-fried Twinkies on a stick, which originally debuted at the State Fair of Texas, is up in the air now that Hostess Brands plans to liquidate the company.
It was bound to happen. Someone held a funeral for Big Tex. The Golden Gate funeral home in Dallas called it “a living funeral,” like saying final goodbyes to someone. But, not really.