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Rio Frio Fest in the Texas Hill Country is the Perfect Spring Break Pastime!

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Rio Frio Fest is coming up y’all, and what better way to enjoy the heck out of the Texas Hill Country than a four-day festival in Concan with your favorite musicians?! Laid back and fun, Rio Frio Fest is going to turn up the Texas heat on the banks of the Frio River with a continuous lineup of concerts and great festival activities unlike any other from March 15 to 18, 2017. Enjoy good times and great people while you get your spring break Texas groove on!

Rio Frio Fest in the Texas Hill Country is the Perfect Spring Break Pastime!

Photo: Facebook/Rio Frio Fest

A series of unforgettable concerts from your favorite artists, wild hog sacking, washer tournaments, tubing, a crawfish boil, scavenger hunts, and a cornhole tournament, all in the glorious Texas Hill Country, are waiting for you and your family and friends! The Rio Frio Fest allows visitors to have a great time, listen to an incredible line-up of music, and experience some pure Texas pastimes at the Frio River while you party your way into spring, and you’ll be glad you did!

Rio Frio Fest in the Texas Hill Country is the Perfect Spring Break Pastime!

Photo: Facebook/House Pasture

The full festival lineup is available on the Rio Frio Fest website (link provided here) and the whole thing kicks off with events commencing at The Beach (at Frio Country Resort), followed by music at Joe Jimmy’s, and an opening night concert featuring Kevin Fowler at House Pasture Cattle Co. From there, you can’t go anywhere but up with a seemingly endless stream of great shows (Cody Johnson Band, Micky & The Motorcars, Cory Morrow, William Clark Green, Randall King, Zane Williams, and Cody Canada, to name a few), good fun, and awesome camping/lodging options. You’ll feel like you’re floating your way through the weekend (or maybe that’s the inner tube you’ll be sitting in on the Frio…) and your only regret would be passing up the chance to get tickets and get down with your bad self in the Texas Hill Country! Cabins, camping, and RV sites go fast, so be sure to check the site, book your space, and get a spot while the gettin’s good!

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