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The Upper East Side of Texas is rich in American Indian history and much of its predominant cultural influence comes from customs and traditions passed down from European-American and African-American pioneers. It's the home of Texas Country Music Hall of Fame, the Birthplace of Boogie Woogie, and many successful entertainers got their start in the region including Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Neal McCoy, Lee Ann Womack, Don Henley, Ray Price, Johnny Mathis, Jim Reeves and many others including world acclaimed pianist Van Cliburn. Other successful East Texans include Matthew McConaughey, Jamie Foxx, Forest Whitaker, Sissy Spacek and Lady Bird Johnson to name just a few. The region has long-standing festivals and plenty of museums, arts, concerts, theatre, shopping, and other things to do throughout the year. Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags
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Culture & Entertainment Events

2017 Texas Two Step

2017 Texas Two Step

January 28, 2017

Dinner, live and silent auction, full cash bar, live entertainment by Ally Venable Band.

Stuck in the Fifties

Stuck in the Fifties

January 28, 2017

Dress in your favorite 50's clothes and dance away to a DJ. Raffle tickets available for door prizes. Receive one free raffle ticket for...

Always: Patsy Cline

January 28, 2017

Directed by George Drayton Boyd and starring Joyce Nichols and Rachel Bossier. 

Rains County Eagle Fest

January 28, 2017

This festival dates back to 1995 when the Texas Legislature declared Rains County the "Eagle Capital of Texas" as part of an effort to...

Always: Patsy Cline

January 29, 2017

Directed by George Drayton Boyd and starring Joyce Nichols and Rachel Bossier. 

Casino Night

Casino Night

February 3, 2017

Guests are invited to try their luck at poker, craps, black jack or roulette and help raise money for the children of CASA of Deep East Texas....

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