2023 Victoria Livestock Show and Carnival and Beer Garden Lineup
Here is a schedule for the 2023 Victoria Livestock Show which is entitled 'Barn in the USA.' Pre Show events start on Saturday, February 11th at 8 AM with the BBQ Cookoff and 10 AM with the parade in downtown Victoria.
PRIDE OF TEXAS CARNIVAL:
The legendary Beer Garden will kick off on Thursday, February 23rd, and run through Saturday, February 25th. Here is the entire Beer Garden Entertainment lineup:
Thursday, February 23rd: The Jukebox Preachers 9:00 PM
The Art Tijerina Band 10:45 PM
Friday, February 24th: Stephane Ross and the Southern Drive Band 7:00 PM
Chris Medina 9:30
Saturday, February, 25th: Karaoke Finals 1 PM
Corhnole Sign Up at 4 PM
The Rick Evans Band 9 PM
The Jaycee Hall will come to life on Saturday, February 25th from 8 - midnight for our youth!
The exhibit hall will open at Noon on Thursday and Sunday and at 10 AM on Friday and Saturday.
For a full list of all activities in the Dome, Arena, and fairgrounds by clicking this link or visiting the VLS website.
Take a look at the photos of the ACTUAL rides that will be set up here in Victoria. Notice how colorful and clean they are [PHOTOS].
NO-LIMIT: This is a premium ride and will require additional tickets even if you have a wristband. On a side note, there is a weight limit, which I went over. I was denied entry to this ride.
THE SEA RAY: This one is super colorful with super bright LED lights.
THE CLIFFHANGER: No duct tape on this one.
THE FERRIS WHEEL: Over 50’, guests will get a birds-eye view of the surrounding area!
VERTIGO: Side note, this ride will not fly on a super windy day.
THE PUPPY ROLL: The Puppy Roll is a family ride. It has a double circular motion. I have actually gotten sick from spinning too much on this one.
THE ORIENT EXPRESS: The Orient Express is a kiddie roller coaster that mom and dad can ride along to!
ALIEN ABDUCTION: Most of us grew up with the name the 'Gravitron' Riders experience the feeling of weightlessness as they are pressed against the wall. I can still handle this one.
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