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To restore the Official Texas State Bison Herd to their native lands

Proceeds from the Texas State Bison Music Festival, also known as BisonFest, go directly toward the restoration of the Official Bison Herd of the State of Texas.

Located in Caprock Canyons State Park, the bison are direct descendants of the herd started by famed Cattleman Charles Goodnight in 1878. Goodnight began the herd on his JA Ranch in an attempt to preserve the animals before they disappeared forever.
Against all odds, one herd of genetic-related Southern bison have managed to survive all these decades. They were donated to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and moved to Caprock Canyons State Park in 1997.

The Official Texas State Bison Herd represents the last remaining examples of the Southern Plains variety of bison.

BisonFest 2019

Saturday, September 28th

Quitaque, Texas

Texas State Bison Herd

2019 Lineup

Check out this pure Texas Country lineup!

Kevin Fowler
@ 10:00 pm

Artist Bio

Kevin Fowler is a singer-songwriter from Amarillo. He has released five studio albums, and has charted four singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including the top 40 hit “Pound Sign (#?*!)”.

In addition, he wrote Sammy Kershaw’s 2003 single “Beer, Bait & Ammo”, Mark Chesnutt’s 2004 single “The Lord Loves the Drinkin’ Man” and Montgomery Gentry’s 2009 single “Long Line of Losers”.

Mark Powell
@ 8:00 pm

Artist Bio

Mark Powell is a Texas Country singer and songwriter from Abilene. He’s been featured in publications including Texas Monthly, Texas Highways, and Texas Country Reporter, and has shared the stage with countless country music artists.

Founder of the Outlaws and Legends Music Festival, Powell’s first festival drew more than 6,000 music fans. Guests included Nunn, David Allan Coe and Johnny Bush.

Cooder Graw
@ 6:00 pm

Artist Bio

Cooder Graw is a self-described “loud country” band from Amarillo and Lubbock. Cooder Graw is perhaps most well known for the song “Llano Estacado” that was featured in Dodge commercials.

The group has toured extensively, both headlining and opening for artists such as Willie Nelson and Alabama. They also played at the premiere of the film EDtv, starring Matthew McConaughey.

The Hamiltons
@ 4:30 pm

Artist Bio

Phil Hamilton is from Burleson. His music has been a staple in the Texas music scene for over 7 years. “The Room” is a duet with his wife, Erica Perry Hamilton. 

Hamilton signed with Winding Road Music and from the first record, Nothing To Lose yielded his first single landing in the top 15 on the Texas Music charts. This debut album also delivered the follow up hit “Nine Mile” shortly after.

Ed Montana

Artist Bio

Ed Montana is a country music singer and songwriter from Amarillo.

With songs like: “Sing Me a Song About Texas”, and “One Day, One Hour, One Minute”, Ed has traveled the world, proudly playing in all types of venues, from polka halls, to rodeos.

How to get involved

Do you want to be a vendor?

Sell your products at BisonFest2019.

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Support the Texas State Bison Music Festival.


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We'll show you the way out here!

From Amarillo

Take I-27 South for 32.45 miles.

Take Exit 77, toward Tulia.

Turn left onto US-87 South.

Turn left onto TX-86/SW 2nd Street.

Continue to follow TX-86 East.

Go Through Silverton.

Main Street Quitaque is 16.8 miles ahead

From Lubbock

Take I-27 North / US-87 North.

Go 47.8 Miles to N. Date Street in Plainview.

Take FM 2286 to TX-207 in South Plains.

Turn left onto TX-207 North

Continue on FM 689.

Drive to Main Street in Quitaque.

Turn right onto Main Street.

From Dallas

Take US-287 North and keep right at fork.

Continue onto I-44/US-287 North.

Exit 3A toward Amarillo / Vernon.

Continue onto US-287 North.

Turn left onto TX-86 W/Harper Street.

Turn right onto TX-86 W/Main Street.

Main Street Quitaque is 9.9 miles ahead.

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