6th Street Events
It is no secret that 6th Street Texas City has become a destination recently for its special events. As 6th Street was intended to be, it is becoming once again the epicenter for events in Texas City.
Through collaboration with downtown partners, 6th Street events are becoming a destination for visitors from Galveston County and the Greater Houston Area.
Please see the event list below!
The 1947 Disaster was an industrial incident that occurred April 16, 1947 in the Port of Texas City. Each year survivors of the disaster old a reunion and photo at the Texas City Museum.
To celebrate Independence Day, the City of Texas City hosts an annual parade at 10 am, followed by live music and fireworks at 7 pm.
Texas City hosts an annual Christmas parade to bring in the spirit of Christmas for our residents and visitors.
The Texas City Firefighter Games hosts fire departments from the greater Galveston County Region in a competition along 6th Street. A tribute is held to honor the tragedy that occurred on September 11, 2001.
An annual staple event for 6th Street, the car show has steadily grown over the years. The event features competitions, vendors, entertainment, and hotrods.
Being on the Gulf Coast, Mardi Gras is a tradition as old a time. Texas City celebrates Mainland Mardi Gras with a parade, and a gala hosted by the Rotary Club of Texas City.
Terror Isle is a new haunted house and escape room venue on 6th Street. A new annual event will feature live music, vendors, costume enthusiasts, and of course a haunted house.
If you enjoy trucks and heavy equipment, this event is for you! 6th Street is filled with fire trucks, buses, fire trucks, construction equipment, monster trucks, and helicopters.
Wounded Warrior will be hosting a Solider Ride for veterans to cycle a closed course in Texas City's Bay Street Park. Come enjoy the scenic views of Galveston Bay, and take part in an event honoring our veterans.