We regret to announce that due to our inability to raise the much needed sponsorship funds, we will be unable to present the Cowtown Celtic Festival in 2011.
2010 was a great event. Beautiful weather, excellent musicians and dancers, appreciative audience and a great buch of hard working volunteers. However, with our only income coming from the entrance and vendor fees, and few local corporations willing to underwrite the enormous costs of putting on an event of this size, we have been forced to call off the 2011 CCF.
We really did try and examine every possibility for additional income, but short of a significant increase in entry costs there was no other option available.
Our Facebook page is still active and we welcome all of your inputs. We are currently planning NTIF 2012, and that will take place on March 2nd through 4th.
We will let you know if we are able to get the needed funds to come back in 2012.
Photo courtesy John Roberts.
Architect Wyatt C. Hedrick designed the three buildings for the Texas Centennial celebration in 1936 using a mixture of classical revival and modern styles.
The complex features three buildings: an auditorium, a coliseum, and a 208 ft. tower that sits between them. The Auditorium and the Coliseum have almost identical facades that feature a curving facade with six monumental piers.
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