Killeen Arts (Several Times a Year)
Killeen Arts Commission Sponsored Festivals Killeen is blessed to have a rich diverse population that celebrates the various cultures through a dozen different festivals of arts, entertainment, and food.
To see more festivals funded by the Killeen Arts Commission, click here to check them out!
KNCT Wine Classic (January 17)
The Wine 101 class is at 5 p.m., followed by the Grand Tasting 7-10 p.m.
This special gathering is a spirited evening of wine tasting and hors d’oeuvres with a fabulous silent auction.
Take 190 West – Killeen Salutes the Arts (March 7)
Take 190 West – Killeen Salutes the Arts week long celebration of art, includes exceptional student art, a professional juried art/show sale, authors, illustrators and hands on art projects for the whole family.
Watch sculptors vying for cash prizes in a grueling two-day competition.
67th Annual Rodeo Killeen (May 28-30)
Be awed with a performance by our own 1st Cavalry Association Horse Detachment!
Expect awesome entertainment, incredible athletes and sumptuous “Cowboy Camp” vittles.
Special guests include top notch entertainers, national champions, and especially, our hometown Fort Hood heroes!
23rd Annual Four Winds POWWOW (September 18-20)
A Celebration of Native American culture, the Powwow is a terrific opportunity to observe the customs and traditions of native Americans.
Enjoy arts & crafts, beautiful silver and stone jewelry and delicious Indian Tacos and buffalo burgers!
You’ll experience the ageless songs and beautiful dancers adorned in traditional Native American regalia. Fun for the whole family.
Howl at the Moon ~ Glow Fest (September 3rd and 4th)
Spend an exhilarating Labor Day weekend at Emancipet Killeen’s 2nd Annual Howl at the Moon Glow Fest and enjoy two days of family fun and dog-friendly, action-packed activities for adults, kids, and dogs. All proceeds benefit Emancipet Killeen.
The family-friendly event will feature the Heart of Texas DockDogs aquatic competition and an all-day Beach Party with a DJ and live music, local vendors, food trucks, and interactive activities and contests for people and their dogs. Well-behaved dogs are welcome (limit 2 dogs per participant). All dogs must wear a collar with ID tag and be on a 2- to 4-foot standard leash (no retractable leashes, please).