Fort Griffin Fandangle

The Fort Griffin Fandangle, performed every June in Albany, Texas, celebrates the early days of Shackelford County, Texas and the opening of the West.Welcome to the Fort Griffin Fandangle

For over 75 years we’ve told the Texas Frontier Story — of Indians hunting the prairie, Settlers moving west with herds of Longhorn cattle, Soldiers protecting Civilization.

The Fandangle is performed every year on Thursday, Friday and Saturday
the last two weekends in June.

Call 325-762-3838 or click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

Presented on the acre-sized Prairie Theater, the show brings covered wagons, buggies, and railroads and the Concord Stagecoach that ran between Albany and Fort Worth. Threatening prairie fires, a giant rattlesnake, a rowdy frontier town, and discovery of oil appear before your eyes. Over 250 Albany performers present the authentic look and feel of the Old West told, with fun and humor.

 The Fandangle Flag

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The Fandangle Flag Parade