Kicking the week off is Belton’s Downtown Street Party featuring live music, eats and treats. This is a non-ticketed event with live music from Holly Tucker, Michael Carubelli, Jay White and the Blues Commanders and Grupo Pression on the main stage located on Central Ave. in front of the Bell County Courthouse. On the Pavillion Stage will be the 1st Cavalry Rock Band from Ft. Hood, Johnny Bohlin and the Fair Weather Winds and the Lucas Wooley Band.
Tuesday kicks off the annual Carnival at Confederate Park running Tuesday through Saturday.
Prices and times are listed below
July 2nd - 10am-10pm...Tickets only
July 3rd - 6pm-10pm...Unlimited rides $20 per person*
July 4th - 10am-10pm...Tickets only
July 5th - 6pm-10pm...Unlimited rides $20 per person*
July 6th - 6pm-10pm...Unlimited rides $20 per person*
*Must be 36" to purchase a wristband.
All rides and food take tickets. All games take cash.
Belton’s annual 4th of July parade is celebrating its 100th year this year! Along Central Avenue from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. come enjoy this wonderful event put on by the City of Belton and the PRCA Rodeo. The Grand Marshall this year will be the two-time national champion football coach for our UMHB Crusaders, Pete Fredenburg.
Immediately following the parade there will be the Festival on Nolan Creek at Yettie Polk Park. There is something there for everyone. Kids activities, boutique shopping, novelties, collectibles and let's not forget the AMAZING Food...BBQ, fish, burgers, hotdogs, giant corn dogs, funnel cakes, cotton candy, snow cones, fresh squeezed lemonade and more.
After you recover from the morning festivities, come back to Schoepf’s for the Backyard Party at 6 o’clock and enjoy the fireworks after the sun sets and live music by Sprung!
Tired of being outside all day? Head over to the Bell County Expo Center for the Western Gift Show and PRCA Rodeo starting at 7 o’clock and running through Saturday, the 6th. Saturday, July 6th is also Family Night at the Rodeo with children ages 12 and under getting in FREE with a paid adult general admission. To make Family Night at the Rodeo even better, a new version of the annual Stick Horse Grand Entry has been planned. No special registration is required for the Family Night Stick Horse Stampede, but all children wishing to participate will need to arrive no later than 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 6th.
Still haven’t had enough of the fun? Come check out the Penelope Street Patriot Fest to benefit the National Desert Storm War Memorial. The Community of Belton, Texas is coming together on Saturday, July 6, 2019, to raise funds to build the National Desert Storm War Memorial in Washington D.C.
Bold Republic Brewing Company and the Belton Area Chamber of Commerce are hosting this "street party" event with 100% of the proceeds going to build the Memorial!
The street party will run from noon to 5 o’clock that day and Penelope Street will be closed to traffic from Central Ave. to 2nd Ave. to accommodate for the event
Admission is by ticket only and tickets can be purchased at the door.
$5.00 (children 6 - 12)
Free (children 5 and under)
Ticket price includes:
Entrance to the Street Party
Live entertainment (bands playing all during the event)
A commemorative cup
(1) homemade Miller's Smokehouse hotdog
One drink: bottled water, soda or 1st pour of Captain Jack beer.
Additional food/drink will be available for sale.