Billy Bob’s Texas has applied for a new permit that would allow us to open and operate as a restaurant, under restaurant guidelines. We are still working out the details, but we have every intention of opening BBT and the Honky Tonk Kitchen sometime between August 12-14.

That same week, we will begin having limited capacity concerts.*

Friday, August 14 – The Bellamy Brothers (10 PM)
Saturday, August 15 – Flatland Cavalry (10 PM)
Friday, August 21 – Tracy Byrd (10 PM)
Saturday, August 22 – Casey Donahew (10 PM)
Sunday, August 23 – Chad Prather (8 PM)
Friday, August 28 – Josh Abbott Band (10 PM)
Sunday, August 29 – TBA
All shows will be at 10 PM, unless otherwise stated, until bull-riding returns.

*These upcoming concerts will be limited to 1,200 tickets; however, capacities could change after the first weekend of shows.
1000 socially distanced Reserved Seats
200 socially distanced General Admission

Please understand that all of this information is subject to change based on unforeseen executive orders, mandates, and recommendations made by the local and state health authorities.  


Billy Bob's located in the heart of cowtown, at the Fort Worth Stockyards, has been a staple in country music for as long as it has been open.  With mechanical bullriding, boot scooting, and acts from classic country to rockabilly, Billy Bob's has been missed during the shutdown of some like venues during the Novel Coronavirus COVID - 19.

While this announcement is great news for the Fort Worth Stockyard area, Honky Tonks in Nashville are taking some slack for being allowed to stay open because of their ability to serve food and social distance, while smaller bars remain closed due to restrictions.  Let's hope that Billy Bob's won't have to face any back lash when they reopen!

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