Big State Festival Tickets
Details of Big State Festival and the Ticket Luck value
Texas World Speedway built in 1969, is one of only seven Super Speedways of two miles or greater in the U.S. The rest are in Indianapolis, Daytona, Pocono, Talledega, California, and Michigan. In its history, TWS has been the site of numerous Indy car, stock car, motorcycle, truck, and sports car races including the TEXAS 500, LONE STAR 500, BUDWEISER/NASCAR 400, TEXAS GRAND PRIX, ARCA/WINSTON WEST 500, the TEXAS WORLD GRAND PRIX, EXXON SUPERFLO 500, and other events sanctioned by racing organizations as United States Auto Club, NASCAR, ARCA, Sports Car Club of America, and others.
The two mile high banked oval became The Worlds Fastest Speedway when Mario Andretti set a world record of 214.158 mph closed course speed on October 6, 1973 while qualifying for an Indy car race. A. J. Foyt has won more races at TWS than any other driver, both an Indy Car and a Stock Car, being the only driver who won races in both types of cars on the same day. Today, TWS is used for its challenging road racing track for clubs, motorcycle racing, and private testing. All cars are built in the Richard Petty Driving Experience fabrication shop to their technical specifications in order to ensure the utmost quality and safety.
At the open pastures of TWS, big state festival is organized for two days. More than 50 country stars glorify the event with a lot more festivity. Stocks on the 2 mile oval revving you up, there are professional drivers suiting up and racing twice a day for the Big State Cup, sanctioned by the Richard Petty Driving Experience. To get a closer look at the racing action, one can get intimate with the cars in the Pit Petting Zoo. Twice daily, stock cars stay in the oval for 30-minute track burners. This is the real deal, which cannot be missed even if you're anywhere near the track.
THE BIG STATE BBQ SHOWDOWN is the biggest prize purse in the country. It hasThe Royalty of Ribs with the smoking and grilling skills. Every Sunday night, a Grand Prize Champion walks away with bragging rights for a year with a handsome amount of $25,000. Expert judges taste and score all weekend long on a wide range of entries.
This isn't just Festival food. Interested spectators get sworn in as a judge voting for the best brisket. For a small fee, receive a guide journal on judging criteria along with a selection of entries to taste and score. The numbers are then tallied thus announcing the winner on Sunday. Take pleasure in brunch with gospel singers, while learning the perfect Mexican Martini or Texas barbecue legends onstage. One gains the treasure of recipes, menu ideas, tips and tricks from those who do it best. But best is to check what is cooked in the kitchen!In The Roadhouse, Big State's Sports Bar, you can cool-off in the shade, with a frosty beverage, catching the scores for the weekend's big games. Don't worry, we wouldn't think to make you choose between your music and your games ? you can have both!