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.
For questions or more information about Texas Traditions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications for membership open at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters.
Check out our annual events:
Forty Acres Fest
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! Former headling acts include Hunter Hayes, MisterWives, Sleigh Bells, Ra Ra Riot, and Girl Talk.
Want to host a booth at Forty Acres Fest 2019? Check back in December for more information and to submit an application.
Texas Revue is the largest and most diverse talent show at UT -- and it comes with a grand prize of $1,500! This annual tradition showcases a variety of acts including dancing, music, and more unique acts like hula-hooping, Chinese yo-yo and more performed by student organizations and individual performers.
Have a talent? Sign up to audition for Texas Revue 2019. Audition sign ups will open in December.