Friday Dec 15 @ 7:00 PM
Christmas with Strangers
Tyler Christian Fellowship – Every year since 1999, Jonathan Benedetti has gathered together a merry band of musicians and singers for an evening of music, fun and festunery: the "Christmas with Strangers" concert. Join us on December 15 for our 19th annual concert: SONGS OF JOY. This year, for the first time ever, we will also have a "Christmas coffeehouse" with gourmet coffees, a hot chocolate bar, a s'mores bar, and homemade desserts. The event is free and for the whole family, so if you have kiddos, bring them too!
Saturday Jan 13 @ 5:00 PM
Brotherhood Tour in Tyler, TX
IMC Management – Booth Brothers and Ernie Haase & Signature Sound combine for an unforgettable evening of music! You will love every minute of this one-of-a-kind concert experience. Reserve you seat today as seats go quickly for this event. Please invite your friends to this event right here on Facebook or simply hit the share button to share this concert. TICKET PRICES: ARTIST CIRCLE SEATING - $35 ADVANCE STANDARD SEATING - $25 AT THE DOOR - $30 GROUPS 20 OR MORE - $22 CHILDREN THAT DO NOT REQUIRE A SEAT, DO NOT NEED A TICKET TO ORDER BY PHONE, PLEASE CALL 800-965-9324 ***GROUP TICKETS CAN ONLY BE PURCHASED BY CALLING SHANNON AT 423.218.1926*** *All ticket sales by phone or internet may be subject to additional service fees. There will be no refund or exchange of tickets given*
Friday Feb 23 @ 10:30 AM
Academic Rodeo Awards Celebration
East Texas State Fair – The grand finale of Academic Rodeo where all contest winners are recognized and scholarships are awarded. More information: http://www.etstatefair.com/p/academic-rodeo/219
Saturday Mar 24 @ 7:45 AM
Mellew Production Events – The 17th Annual Tyler Azalea 10k and 5k is staged on one of most beautiful courses in Texas. A highlight of each spring season in East Texas is the 10-mile long Tyler Azalea Trail guiding visitors through neighborhoods of quaint brick streets, historic homes, and residential gardens filled with blooming azaleas, dogwoods and tulips. History of Azaleas in Tyler The first Azaleas were planted in Tyler in 1929 by Maurice Shamburger, in the Lindsey Lane area. Other neighbors soon followed, and the area became well known for its springtime beauty. Over the years the word spread across East Texas and beyond about Tyler azaleas. In 1960, the first marked tour routes were established to help guide tourists. The Azalea Trail Today Today, over 100,000 people from all over the USA visit Tyler each spring to attend the Azalea Trail. The Azalea benefits The Children's Village in Tyler Also the 2018 Azalea 10k will partner with the Azalea Trail Arts & Craft Fair. Come get your shop on!