Timpson's 57th Annual Frontier Days set July 4-7
This year will be an exciting celebration of the 57th year of Timpson Frontier Days.
This year expect to see local bands bringing you the best of country music and entertainment from the downtown stage on Friday and Saturday, Gospel singing on Thursday night, and look forward to our local Gospel group Soul Out for our Sunday Community Service downtown Sunday evening, according to Paul Smith, Timpson Area Chamber of Commerce president.
The petting zoo will be an excitement for the youngsters on the downtown plaza and more entertainment and things to do this year than ever before.
The carnival will be 3 days. Thursday and Friday starting at 6 p.m., armband tickets honored. Saturday Carnival right after the parade opening rides and midway at 11. Carnival will stay open during the day as long as patrons are keeping them busy then opening back up in the evening. $15 presale purchased at Timpson Public Library / $18 on site. Armbands good for any evening from 6pm to 10pm on night of your choice.
Food & Craft Booths
Thursday evening, Friday evening and all-day Saturday
Thursday Gospel Concert starting at 6:30 pm at The First Baptist Church in Timpson, 715 N 2nd St. Featuring the Calvary Boys & Trio and Faith’s Journey. Tickets $10 at the door or $8 in advance purchased from Marilyn Corder, Timpson Public Library, Kings Nursery in Tenaha or First Baptist Church.
Friday on Stage Downtown
Biggest Frontier Days Friday night entertainment ever with 3 different entertainers, Southern Impact starts at 6pm then The C - Dale Cummings 50’s, 60’s & 70’s music with Curtis Daniel finishing the night. Bring your lawn chairs and dancing shoes and plan on dancing the night away.
Saturday Parade line up in front of school starts at 9am with Parade starting at 10am.
Introduction of Guest, prayer and National Anthem starts the festivities. Food & Craft Booths open following the Parade. Cars, Trucks & Motorcycles Show starts right after Parade.
This will take place on the back street. Pet Show and Games from 11:30 to 3 p.m. Place and winners will be announced from stage. Washer and horseshoe pitching start at 9 in SoSo Park. This will take a break during the parade and resume after the parade.
This year entertainment will include The Outlaws gunfighting shows starting after the parade. The Amazing David Wonders making balloon art and performing magic shows all afternoon. Rebecca Daniel and her puppets will entertain youngsters of all ages on the stage. Times will be announced.
Twirlers & Cheerleaders will perform at 6 p.m. in the streets.
Jeremy Bowley & Legal Limit will take stage after twirlers and Cheerleaders performance.
Cake Auction at 8pm, Curtis Daniel will be the auctioneer. (This helps fund Frontier Days and keeps the streets open with entertainment free of charge, please bid)
Top Billing performance from HWY 59 Band starts right after Cake Auction.
We invite everyone to come out and enjoy the festivities, bring your lawn chair and remember anything that takes place in the streets are free. Come on and listen to the music and dance in the streets.
Community Service Downtown on The Square starts at 6pm. Souled Out will be performing Gospel music and leading the singing. Pastor Levi Cohorst will bring us the message. Bring your lawn chairs and remember that “A Community that can worship together can live together”.