Texas Blueberry Festivals in 2020
Update for 2020 and Coronavirus:
Keep in mind that some of the festivals below may be canceled or altered for 2020. The situation is changing
so rapidly and many festivals are not announcing their plans until the last minute, so when we have not seen an update, we've left last year's data below and suggest you see the festivals website or call the festival as the date gets close to see if they
will hold it this year. Some festivals are still being held, while others are being canceled for 2020.
Looking for a blueberry festival in Texas in 2020?
(just scroll down the page)There is no other listing as
complete and current as this list, just updated! All the blueberry
festivals in Texas we can find are listed on this page!
If you love strawberries, look for a festival near you below! And I'm always
looking for more blueberry festivals! Please write me, if
you know of any to add! I update the dates as soon as the festivals
publish their information, but you can always click on the links (usually
the name of the festival) to see the current information on the festival's
I update this list
every year, but still click on the
links to the festival (the blue, underlined name of the each festival) to confirm this
year's dates on the website for each festival. They may change or
at the last minute. . If they don't have a
website, call the phone number provided, but ALWAYS CONFIRM THIS YEAR'S
DATES AND TIMES BY EITHER VIEWING THEIR WEBSITE OR CALLING.
Click here for the form to add a festival and have detailed information; or click
here if you have general information and are not connected with the event!
2020 Blueberry Festivals in Texas - Where, When and More to Find a Blueberry Festival Near You!
Blueberries typically ripen from April (in Florida and Texas)
through June and August in the upper Midwest and New England. June
dominates as the month for blueberry production (and festivals)
Unlike strawberries, which grow almost anywhere, blueberries are
grown commercially in half as many states.
There are two general types of blueberry festivals 1) community festivals, usually organized by a church, school, local Chamber of commerce or a town and 2).
Blueberry festival held at and by a farm. They are different in what they
community festivals tend to be less expensive so they are grouped separately.
(of course not all states and areas have both.)
festival listings are links to our easy to follow directions about
making blueberry jam, freezing blueberries, blueberry pies and
Community Blueberry Festivals
Texas Blueberry Festival -
Second Saturday in June in downtown
Nacogdoches, Texas. Phone: 936-560-5533. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Open: Second Saturday in June; That's June 9, 2012, and
June 8, 2013 from 8 am to 4 pm. Tons of fresh blueberries sold on the square
in historic downtown Nacogdoches. Blueberry
pancakes, blueberry cobbler and blueberry ice cream contests. Traditionally
we also have kids bounce park, petting zoo, make and take arts and crafts,
The Big Blue Mural, a 42 tournament, classic car show, Goldwings motorcycle
show, a pie eating contest, horse shoe and washers tournaments, food and
arts vendors and lots more. Nearby blueberry farms are available for
festival-goers to tour and pick their own blueberries. Live musical
entertainment includes acoustic folk guitar to country to jazz and soft rock
throughout the day on stages located downtown and in Festival Plaza. We
welcome thousands of visitors and sell tons of fresh-from-the-farm
blueberries. Also on hand - classic cars and motorcycles, fresh blueberry
pancakes, music, crafts, contests and a fun splash area for the kids. Free
admission to festival grounds. Presented by Brookshire Brothers, the
festival is a celebration of family and community.
Farm Blueberry Festivals
In addition to community and church festivals, some private farms have their own blueberry festivals.
See each farm for this year's dates (they often do not announce them
until the end of May). They usually have PYO strawberries then, too.
Also, scroll down to see the links to recipes, freezing, canning and jam making
directions at the bottom of the page.
Wild Berry Farm - Waiting to hear about this year's
dates from them!
905 Crawford Road, Sadler, TX 76264. Phone: (903) 564-5206.
email@example.com. Open: Depending on the crops:
Starting in late May - hours for the farm are Tuesdays,
Wednesdays, and Thursdays 8am to 2pm; Saturdays and Sundays 8am
to 3pm; Closed on Mondays and Fridays to allow berries to ripen;
All days and hours are subject to change due to berry
availability; Please check facebook, website, or call before
making the trip to the farm to be sure we are not picked out;
Season ends in early July. Directions:
Click here for a map and directions. Blackberries start in
late May and end in late June; Peak harvest is mid-June;
Blueberries start in in early June and end in early July;
Seasonal produce will also be available during berry season;. We
use natural practices, but are not seeking organic
certification. Payment: Cash, Check, Debit cards,
Click here for our Facebook page. Picking Passes are $2 per
person and allow you into blackberry, blueberry, strawberry and
flower fields. You will get $2 back for every 10 lbs of berries
picked. Farm funland will be open all hours that the farm is
open and is $6 per person to play, feed catfish, hayride. Ages 2
and under are free. The Butterfly Cafe is also open all hours
farm is open, serving breakfast and lunch!.Uses natural growing practices, blackberries, blueberries,
cucumbers, melons, pumpkins, summer squash, strawberries,
tomatoes, other vegetables, Honey from hives on the farm, farm
market, gift shop, concessions / refreshment stand, restrooms,
picnic area, farm animals, school tours, group reservations (UPDATED: April 23,
Related Blueberry Information: Freezing, Making Jam,
Canning, Blueberry Pies, Recipes and More
Also, see our pages on easy illustrated blueberry
For other fruit and vegetable festivals, see this page!