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Crossroads of Texas Film & Music Festival


Chautauqua Auditorium

Thursday, April 25

3 pm: BOYHOOD

Filmed over 12 years with the same cast, Richard Linklater’s groundbreaking coming-of-age film follows a boy named Mason as he literally grows up on screen before our eyes.

6 pm: Opening Night Reception (VIP Pass Required)

8 pm: Bobby Patterson Concert

Legendary Dallas Soul Performer and former KKDA Radio Personality BOBBY PATTERSON kicks off the festival with a night of music, energy and good-ole Texas soul!

 

Friday, April 26

11 am: NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN

Violence and mayhem ensue after a hunter stumbles upon a drug deal gone wrong and more than two million dollars in cash near the Rio Grande.

2 pm: Art of Storytelling Panel

We think some of the richest stories are about Texas and the like, and these three extremely talented writers join us to share their insight and experiences.

Panelists: Jo Harvey Allen, Robert Knott, Anne Rapp

4 pm: BLAZE

A biographical drama about unsung legendary Austin songwriter Blaze Foley. Directed by Ethan Hawke and co-written by Hawke and Foley’s muse, Sybil Rosen.

6:30 pm: Dinner in VIP Tent (VIP Passes Required)

8:30 pm: Ray Wylie Hubbard Concert

Texas Legend and Dallas Native Ray Wylie Hubbard has been writing and performing classics like “Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother” for nearly 50 years.

 

Saturday, April 27

10 am: Walk of Fame Dedications, Downtown, 100 block of S. College

11 am: Terri Hendrix with Lloyd Maines, Getzendaner Park Pavilion, no ticket required

This amazing duo comes together to deliver some of the best music in Texas with an upbeat whimsy and fresh authenticity.

12 pm: TRUE STORIES

A small but growing Texas town, filled with strange and musical characters, celebrates its sesquicentennial with a local parade and talent show.

3 pm: PLACES IN THE HEART

A Texas widow fights for her land and her family alongside an unlikely mix of allies during the Depression. Written and directed by Waxahachie native Robert Benton, this Academy Award-winning film was inspired by stories of Benton’s own family.

6:30 pm: Dinner in VIP Tent (VIP Pass Required)

8:30 pm: Terry Allen with special guest Jamie Lin Wilson

Terry Allen is an iconic songwriter, artist, and visionary. Born out of that legendary Lubbock sound, he is a true Texas Treasure.

 

Sunday, April 28

10 am-1 pm: Sendoff Brunch at Webb Art Gallery, 208 W. Franklin

 

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Price
  • $10-$125
Box Office
  • 469-309-4045


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