While you’re in Llano, share a bucket of buttered popcorn when you see a movie at the historic LanTex Theater downtown. If you’re in town on the second Saturday of the month, you can watch a live music performance by the Heart of Texas Country Music Association’s Llano Country Opry. Then head to Fuel Coffee House in an ornate Main Street building for a cup of joe and, if you time it right, live music on their stage as well.
With fairly moderate weather, anytime is a great time to visit Llano. But you might want to plan your trip around an event. There are several festivals in Llano throughout the year that are the perfect excuse to get away. Rodeos, holiday celebrations, and cultural gatherings abound here.
In the spring, you can learn to stack rocks at the Llano Earth Art Festival (LEAF), tour artist studios and shop for your own masterpiece at the Llano Art Studio Tour, watch some of the state’s best fiddlers compete at Llano Fiddle Fest, and eat some tasty crawfish at the Llano Crawfish Open.
The Llano Heritage Weekend each October celebrates the town’s history and embraces its future while serving up a warm chuckwagon dinner with live reenactments, music, and a rodeo.
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