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TEXAS Outdoor Musical is a great opportunity to celebrate a birthday, an anniversary, a family reunion and more. Groups with 20+ reservations receive a discounted rate for the show, dinner and backstage tours (along with other perks!)

Special 2022 Group Perks:  (See download button below for scouting troop perks and rates)

  • Special pricing on meals and show tickets.

  • $9/Adult $6/child Panhandle Plains Historical Museum tickets (see below for website link)

  • $5/per person backstage tours 

  • State Park entry for all group vehicles is included in your group’s ticket purchase and groups may enter the park starting at 4pm.

  • Complimentary “Step-On Tours” are available starting at 6:00pm for groups with buses; but must be scheduled prior to your arrival. (Subject to availability.)


  • Tour Group Leader / Bus Driver will receive complimentary show tickets. Dinner not included.

Sample Itinerary 


6:00pm- Arrive at the beautiful Palo Duro Canyon State Park and head down to the Pioneer Amphitheatre. Upon arrival, please send the group leader to our box office to let us know you have arrived.

6:00pm-7:15pm (anytime)- Time for the Back Stage Tour! Get ready for a behind the scenes look at how TEXAS is produced. Tours last 20-30 minutes and can be done any time during this period. Patrons will learn how cast and crew work daily. If you’re lucky, you might even get to see the stars of the show before it starts!

6:00pm-8:00pm (anytime) Head up to our dinner pavilion and enjoy our Chuck Wagon BBQ. The three meat BBQ of pulled pork, sausage, and brisket, comes with sides of coleslaw, potato salad, beans, ice tea or lemonade, and a delicious cobbler for dessert.

6:00pm-8:00pm - Still have some extra time before the show starts? Visit our gift shop or dance while a live band plays.  Sit and enjoy listening to stories told by our very own Quanah Parker (Benny Tahmahkera). Benny is the great great grandson of Quanah Parker.

7:50pm – Early wheelchair accessible is open to the public.

8:00pm- The doors to the show for the general public open.

8:30pm- “TEXAS” begins with the rider on the rim waving the Texas flag on top of the canyon wall.

10:45pm – Show ends. Load up and head out. Have a safe trip




All sales are final at 7 days before show when payment is due, however, if you are unable to attend performance, we welcome ticket exchanges for any available show in current year. A $100 cancellation fee will apply to all groups once a signed contract is received.



Donate your ticket option. Texas Panhandle Heritage Foundation (TPHF), the producer of TEXAS Outdoor Musical, is a 501 c 3, charitable organization. If you cannot attend the performance due to an emergency or unforeseen circumstance, you may choose to donate your group  purchase to TPHF. This request can be made up to 48 hours before performance time by the ticket buyer. TPHF will send the ticket buyer a tax receipt for the donation. If you are issued a rain check due to the cancellation of a performance, and you are not able to attend the show on another night, you may choose to donate your ticket to TPHF in the same manner.  

Rain Policy: Texas will perform rain or shine; if weather gets to severe or dangerous the show will be held for the storm to pass. If the show is cancelled before intermission the box office will issue rain checks. If it is after intermission NO rain checks will be issued.