US 105 is excited to assist in presenting the Bloomin' Temple Festival, and we can't wait to watch all the talent perform in downtown Temple, Texas including headliners Joe Nichols and Tracy Byrd. The best part of Bloomin' Temple Festival is how it brings together so many in our community from the cities of Killeen, Harker Heights, Belton, Salado, and all of Central Texas to enjoy the pinnacle of family fun and live music featuring headlining performances from Joe Nichols and Tracy Byrd.

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What is Bloomin' Temple Festival?

"Bloomin’ Temple Festival, one of Central Texas’ most popular events, attracts over 13,000 people annually and is held the last Friday and Saturday in April. For  over 15 years attendees have enjoyed this two day festival with a variety of musical entertainment, arts & crafts, festive food, a carnival, children’s activities and lots of family fun in historic downtown Temple."

You can purchase 2 day and single day admission here. Children under 6 are free with adult admission.

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Where is Bloomin' Temple Festival?

The festival will be an amazing multi-use experience in downtown Temple as it will fill up Santa Fe Plaza, Market Trail, Yard Food Truck Plaza, and the newly renovated MLK Festival Grounds.

If you haven't been to the Martin Luther King Jr. Festival Grounds yet, you are in for a real treat. It's 2 full city blocks of green space that is just perfect for enjoying a full day of family activity and food.

Eric Paslay just headlined the Breakfast Lion's Club Music Festival there, and it was a really enjoyable event. Bloomin' Temple Festival will definitely be an awesome 2 days of fun!

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