Welcome to the Fort Griffin Fandangle
Come to help us Celebrate 75 Exciting years spent telling the Northwestern Texas Frontier Story. Relive the days of the Indians who roamed the prairie, the Settlers who moved ever west with their herds of Longhorns, the Military who protected them all, and the Civilization they created.
Fandangle is Texas Oldest Outdoor Musical/Dramatic Show. Presented in a large Prairie Theater with covered wagons, buggies, and a replica of the first Texas Central Train, there are galloping prairie fires, oversized rattlesnake, frontier town, and first oil discovery. 300 Albany performers authentically present the look and feel of the Old West told with fun and humor.
The Fandangle is performed every year on Thursday, Friday and Saturday
of the last two weekends in June.
For 2013 the dates are June 20, 21, and 22 and June 27, 28 and 29.
Call 325-762-3838 or click here for more information and to purchase your tickets.
The Fandangle Flag
The Longhorn Steer: Our long memory of a pioneer past.
The Fiddle and Bow: The music and merriment we mean to create in your hearts.
So don’t miss this opportunity to experience …
An outdoor musical based on the pioneer chronicles of West Texas.
Of Racing, real cowboys;
of a grazing Longhorn Trail Herd;
of a Stagecoach chased by Indians;
of Buffalo Hunters and Gamblers at Old Fort Griffin;
…and so much more!
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