Featuring over 30 bands and 40 performances, the Bastrop Music Festival is set to take center stage September 23 - 26, 2021 in the heart of Historic Downtown Bastrop. This music festival features performances by bands of numerous genres in venues along the lower Colorado River, with a mixture of wristband-only nighttime performance as well as free daytime events including shows for children.

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The City of Bastrop

Bastrop preserves the heritage, history and natural surroundings that draw visitors here from every destination. Our people and places are deeply influenced by a diverse ancestry that includes Native Americans, Spanish explorers, American southerners, German immigrants, republic settlers, African-Americans, Mexicans and a variety of other people from every walk of life. Each of these influences has left a mark on Bastrop and made it a Texas town unique in nature.

The city was incorporated under the laws of Texas on December 18, 1837, and many of the original landmarks, stories and families remain, giving visitors a literal walk through time. The Old Iron Bridge, built in 1923, is now a scenic walkway and bike trail that’s the perfect place for a stroll or sharing the local tradition of spittin’ off the bridge, inspired by The Andy Griffith Show.

Bastrop & Bastrop County also boast plenty of modern-day spirit, with more than 75,000 people now calling the area home. Many movies have been shot in or around Bastrop, including 2008’s Fireflies in the Garden and 2010’s Predators. There’s a thriving local arts scene, anchored by the Deep in the Heart Art Foundry, the 1889 Bastrop Opera House and the new Jerry Fay Wilhelm Center for the Performing Arts. Schulman Theatres Lost Pines 8 offers first-run movies, bowling, a sports bar and more.

Adventure Awaits You