The Poteet Strawberry Festival® is one of the oldest, most popular events in the state of Texas. It is recognized as the largest agricultural festival in the state as well as one of the most exciting, dynamic festivals in the Greater Southwest.
Held annually in April, the festival has fourteen areas of continuous entertainment featuring concerts with nationally known Country Western and Tejano stars, gunslingers, clowns, puppets, regional bands, various contests, and rodeo performances. There is something for the whole family.
Don't miss these highlights:
Poteet Strawberry Judging and Auction - Our local growers have been producing award-winning strawberries for generations. See who takes top honors this year at the Berry Auction Saturday afternoon. Visit the Auction page for more information.
The Taste of Texas Foodshow is another big draw. Held on Sunday, the Foodshow attracts people from all over Texas and has been featured on various TV & Cable shows. Visit the Foodshow page for details.
Spurs Sunday - Present your Spurs ticket stub at the gate on Sunday and get onto the grounds free! Go Spurs Go!!
Finally, it wouldn't be a true Texas festival without a carnival. Alamo Attractions is in "The pursuit of WOW!" and it shows every year with new, exciting rides and games.
Alamo Attractions Carnival
Wristband Night - Thursday, April 8th
For only $15 - Unlimited Rides
Wristbands valid 6- 10 PM & are
available at the Festival Grounds
Dollar Night - Friday April 9th
$1 per ride all night long
Gates open at 6 PM
So make plans now to attend the 2010 Poteet Strawberry Festival -
April 9, 10, & 11! Tickets are available Online or at the Gate.
Pet Policy - We love animals but due to health and safety reasons the PSFA Board Rules prohibit having animals on the grounds during our festival except for service animals and for entertainment purposes. If you have any questions please contact the festival office. (830) 742-8144
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