TPHF is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to preserve and present Texas Panhandle history and culture through the production of TEXAS the Outdoor Musical Drama.

Contact Us

info@texas-show.com

806-655-2181

   1514 5th Ave.

   Canyon, TX 79015

 

Office Hours (Off Season) September to May Monday - Friday 9:30AM - 5PM Saturday & Sunday CLOSED June to August Monday - Friday 9AM - 6PM Saturday & Sunday 12:30PM - 6PM
The Pioneer Amphitheater located in Palo Duro Canyon State Park
The Box Office in Palo Duro Canyon at the Pioneer Amphitheatre opens at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday thru Sunday
A LONE HORSEMAN... carrying the flag of the great state of Texas appears atop a 600 foot cliff, signaling the beginning of the most spectacular outdoor musical drama in the world. With a moving swell of the music, the horseman gallops away. Suddenly, a cast of more than 60 actors, singers and dancers takes the stage to kick off the show that millions of fans from all around the world have come to see. Only a state as big as Texas could host a show as big as TEXAS!
THE BEAUTIFUL PIONEER AMPHITHEATRE... carved out of and nestled into a natural basin in the majestic Palo Duro Canyon-the nation’s second largest canyon-comes alive once again this summer with the 52nd Season of the Official Play of the State of Texas.
A FAMILY-FRIENDLY SHOW... set against an authentic tapestry of history, the show’s fictional characters bring to life the stories, struggles and triumphs of the settlers of the Texas Panhandle in the 1800's. Song and dance abound-and a generous helping of good ol’ Texas humor too-with spellbinding lighting, special fire and water effects, including the Dancing Waters of TEXAS! And nightly fireworks highlight the Grand Finale (weather conditions permitting).
 TPHF is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to preserve and present Texas Panhandle history and culture through the production of TEXAS the Outdoor Musical Drama.
Office Hours (Off Season) September to May Monday - Friday 9:30AM - 5PM Saturday & Sunday CLOSED June to August Monday - Friday 9AM - 6PM Saturday & Sunday 12:30PM - 6PM
The Pioneer Amphitheater located in Palo Duro Canyon State Park The Box Office in Palo Duro Canyon at the Pioneer Amphitheatre opens at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday thru Sunday
A LONE HORSEMAN... carrying the flag of the great state of Texas appears atop a 600 foot cliff, signaling the beginning of the most spectacular outdoor musical drama in the world. With a moving swell of the music, the horseman gallops away. Suddenly, a cast of more than 60 actors, singers and dancers takes the stage to kick off the show that millions of fans from all around the world have come to see. Only a state as big as Texas could host a show as big as TEXAS! A FAMILY-FRIENDLY SHOW... set against an authentic tapestry of history, the show’s fictional characters bring to life the stories, struggles and triumphs of the settlers of the Texas Panhandle in the 1800's. Song and dance abound-and a generous helping of good ol’ Texas humor too-with spellbinding lighting, special fire and water effects, including the Dancing Waters of TEXAS! And nightly fireworks highlight the Grand Finale (weather conditions permitting). THE BEAUTIFUL PIONEER AMPHITHEATRE... carved out of and nestled into a natural basin in the majestic Palo Duro Canyon-the nation’s second largest canyon-comes alive once again this summer with the 52nd Season of the Official Play of the State of Texas.
 TPHF is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to preserve and present Texas Panhandle history and culture through the production of TEXAS the Outdoor Musical Drama.
Office Hours (Off Season) September to May Monday - Friday 9:30AM - 5PM Saturday & Sunday CLOSED June to August Monday - Friday 9AM - 6PM Saturday & Sunday 12:30PM - 6PM
The Pioneer Amphitheater located in Palo Duro Canyon State Park The Box Office in Palo Duro Canyon at the Pioneer Amphitheatre opens at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday thru Sunday
A LONE HORSEMAN... carrying the flag of the great state of Texas appears atop a 600 foot cliff, signaling the beginning of the most spectacular outdoor musical drama in the world. With a moving swell of the music, the horseman gallops away. Suddenly, a cast of more than 60 actors, singers and dancers takes the stage to kick off the show that millions of fans from all around the world have come to see. Only a state as big as Texas could host a show as big as TEXAS! A FAMILY-FRIENDLY SHOW... set against an authentic tapestry of history, the show’s fictional characters bring to life the stories, struggles and triumphs of the settlers of the Texas Panhandle in the 1800's. Song and dance abound-and a generous helping of good ol’ Texas humor too-with spellbinding lighting, special fire and water effects, including the Dancing Waters of TEXAS! And nightly fireworks highlight the Grand Finale (weather conditions permitting). THE BEAUTIFUL PIONEER AMPHITHEATRE... carved out of and nestled into a natural basin in the majestic Palo Duro Canyon-the nation’s second largest canyon-comes alive once again this summer with the 52nd Season of the Official Play of the State of Texas.
Office Hours (Off Season) September to May Monday - Friday 9:30AM - 5PM Saturday & Sunday CLOSED June to August Monday - Friday 9AM - 6PM Saturday & Sunday 12:30PM - 6PM
The Pioneer Amphitheater located in Palo Duro Canyon State Park The Box Office in Palo Duro Canyon at the Pioneer Amphitheatre opens at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday thru Sunday  TPHF is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to preserve and present Texas Panhandle history and culture through the production of TEXAS the Outdoor Musical Drama.
A LONE HORSEMAN... carrying the flag of the great state of Texas appears atop a 600 foot cliff, signaling the beginning of the most spectacular outdoor musical drama in the world. With a moving swell of the music, the horseman gallops away. Suddenly, a cast of more than 60 actors, singers and dancers takes the stage to kick off the show that millions of fans from all around the world have come to see. Only a state as big as Texas could host a show as big as TEXAS!
A FAMILY-FRIENDLY SHOW... set against an authentic tapestry of history, the show’s fictional characters bring to life the stories, struggles and triumphs of the settlers of the Texas Panhandle in the 1800's. Song and dance abound-and a generous helping of good ol’ Texas humor too-with spellbinding lighting, special fire and water effects, including the Dancing Waters of TEXAS! And nightly fireworks highlight the Grand Finale (weather conditions permitting).
THE BEAUTIFUL PIONEER AMPHITHEATRE... carved out of and nestled into a natural basin in the majestic Palo Duro Canyon-the nation’s second largest canyon-comes alive once again this summer with the 52nd Season of the Official Play of the State of Texas.
Office Hours (Off Season) September to May Monday - Friday 9:30AM - 5PM Saturday & Sunday CLOSED June to August Monday - Friday 9AM - 6PM Saturday & Sunday 12:30PM - 6PM
 TPHF is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to preserve and present Texas Panhandle history and culture through the production of TEXAS the Outdoor Musical Drama.
A LONE HORSEMAN... carrying the flag of the great state of Texas appears atop a 600 foot cliff, signaling the beginning of the most spectacular outdoor musical drama in the world. With a moving swell of the music, the horseman gallops away. Suddenly, a cast of more than 60 actors, singers and dancers takes the stage to kick off the show that millions of fans from all around the world have come to see. Only a state as big as Texas could host a show as big as TEXAS!
A FAMILY-FRIENDLY SHOW... set against an authentic tapestry of history, the show’s fictional characters bring to life the stories, struggles and triumphs of the settlers of the Texas Panhandle in the 1800's. Song and dance abound-and a generous helping of good ol’ Texas humor too-with spellbinding lighting, special fire and water effects, including the Dancing Waters of TEXAS! And nightly fireworks highlight the Grand Finale (weather conditions permitting).
THE BEAUTIFUL PIONEER AMPHITHEATRE... carved out of and nestled into a natural basin in the majestic Palo Duro Canyon-the nation’s second largest canyon-comes alive once again this summer with the 52nd Season of the Official Play of the State of Texas.
Office Hours (Off Season) September to May Monday - Friday 9:30AM - 5PM Saturday & Sunday CLOSED June to August Monday - Friday 9AM - 6PM Saturday & Sunday 12:30PM - 6PM
 TPHF is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to preserve and present Texas Panhandle history and culture through the production of TEXAS the Outdoor Musical Drama.