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Pittsburg's Festivals & Events
Plan now to attend one of our yearly Pittsburg festivals or events.

Kid Fish Day is on February 25th from 8:30a - 1pm. Join us at the Fair Park pond for family fishing fun! The pond will be stocked with over 2000 trout and you get to keep what you can catch! Poles are provided by the Texas Parks and Wildlife, and the city will provide bait for the kids. There will be food trucks available for snacking and picnicking throughout the day. We hope to see you there!
Kid Fish Day! Saturday, February 25, 2023
Visitors from all over come to try our famous Pittsburg Hot Links. It's a delicacy dating back to the late 1800s. In 1897, Mr. Charles Hasselback, of German descent, brought the Hot Link recipe to Camp County. Today, they are known as the registered trademarked PITTSBURG® brand Hot Link. Every April we celebrate our Hot Link history with a Hot Link Festival. This festival will bring in several thousand people from around the country who want to experience our Hot Links. This festival is a culinary food adventure for sure. While you are enjoying your Hot Links, you can listen to live music, shop one of a kind artisan vendor booths, or hang out in the "Man Cave" with a cigar. There is something for everyone at this festival. And if you have not tired a Pittsburg hot link, one bite and you will be hooked!
Texas Hot Link Festival, Saturday, April 29, 2023
The 61st Annual Pittsburg Rodeo May 4,5, & 6, 2023
Pittsburg Pioneer Days, Saturday, September 16, 2023
Halloween in Pittsburg is a pretty big deal! Join us downtown on Saturday, October 28th from 5-7 pm for Trick-Or-Treating, games, picture opportunities, shopping, and fun for the whole family!
Trick or Treat on Main, Saturday, October 28, 2023
Home for the Holidays, Saturday, December 2, 2023