Texas Traditions plans and executes programs and events aimed at building UT spirit and pride. It does so by continuing traditional events started in the 1950’s and working to showcase the best of UT. Our events consist of Road Trip, Forty Acres Fest and Texas Revue.
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Road Trip is a celebration of Texas Longhorn football that includes a live viewing of the UT vs West Virginia game. This free event gives students a great place to watch the game on the big screen with friends, play trivia and games, get a face painting, eat free food and win prizes!
To see pictures from Road Trip 2014, click here.
Road Trip 2015 is scheduled for Saturday, November 14. Mark your calendars for this Texas Tradition!
Forty Acres Fest is a campus-wide festival featuring over 100 student organizations, live entertainment all day, food, music and games. This free event allows student organizations to showcase their creativity and diversity. Past attractions have included caricature artists, rock climbing wall, competitive eating contests, funnel cakes, drum wars, photo booths, and much more! Past FAF’s culminate with a live concert of a headlining act such as Sleigh Bells, Smallpools, Ra Ra Riot, Big Boi and Girl Talk.
Forty Acres Fest 2016 is scheduled for Saturday, April 2. Mark your calendars for this Texas Tradition!
Texas Revue 2016 will be held on Saturday, April 23. Mark your calendars for this Texas Tradition!