Destinations::California

Texas has nearly as many cities as stars in the sky as well as distinct regions that will take your breath away.

Dallas lives by its motto "Live Large. Think Big." Situated on the banks of Trinity River, it is surrounded by the vast deserts of northern Texas. Dallas offers some of the finest cultural attractions such as the Dallas Museum of Art and the Deep Ellum district which has deep roots in American jazz history. With over 2 million inhabitants, Houston is the largest city in Texas. Proud of its history, Houston is also a city of firsts, home to NASA's Johnson Space Center and the famous Astrodome - the world's first indoor domed stadium. It supports an active cultural community in its Theater District and Museum District.

San Antonio is the most visited city in Texas, with more than 20 million visitors every year. Located just north of the Mexican border, it is at the crossroads of Spanish, Mexican and American cultures. Top historic attractions include the Alamo and the Historic Market Square. Don't miss the famous River Walk which runs along the banks of the San Antonio River. South Padre is one of the nation's top Spring Break destinations, with its long stretches of beautiful beaches and plenty of water sports to choose from. With Mexico just minutes away and huge attractions this year like concerts from Akon at Schlitterbahn Waterpark and entertainment at the Coca-Cola Beach party.



 Dallas Lone Star Showcase of Music April, May
 Durango Four Corners Showcase of Music May
 Houston Space City Showcase of Music April, May
 San Antonio Alamo Showcase of Music April, May
 South Padre Island Gulf Coast Showcase of Music April, May