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Dry Devils River Music Flood in Sonora: Come For the Music, Stay For the Caverns

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After a summer of extensive flooding in Texas, the last thing that most people want to hear about right now is yet another flood. Thankfully, there’s a flood happening in Sonora, Texas this fall that you’ll definitely want to be a part of. The Dry Devils River Music Flood is a one-day-only music festival in scenic Sonora, Texas. Sonora is located between central Texas and Big Bend – right where the Hill Country begins to morph into soaring limestone bluffs, juniper trees, and bright blue Texas sky for as far as the eye can see.

Dry Devils River Music Flood–Saturday, October 7

music flood

Photo: Sonora Chamber of Commerce

This is the 6th year of the Dry Devils River Music Flood and it has the makings to be one of the most exciting to date. With a headliner like Zane Williams, who personifies “authentic Country music,” and other musical guests like Shane Smith + The Saints and Bri Bagwell, this year’s “flood” will be awash with entertainment.

The Dry Devils River Music Flood promises “great music played the ‘Texas way’ (loudly and beneath a Texas sky)” among other things such as a catfish cook-off, golf scramble and a 5K Hell or High Water Fun Run. There’s so much fun planned that this festival warrants a whole weekend spent in Sonora.

While You’re There, Visit The Caverns of Sonora

Caverns of Sonora
Photo: Facebook/Caverns of Sonora

So, what else is there to do in Sonora? No visit to Sonora is complete without a visit to the panoramic Caverns of Sonora. Located just 15 miles southwest of Sonora sits the Caverns of Sonora. These Caverns are internationally recognized as being one of the most beautiful show caves on the planet. The Caverns of Sonora marks the halfway point between San Antonio and Big Bend National Park, so a spectacular road trip awaits, no matter what part of Texas (or beyond) you’re traveling from.

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