215 South 3rd Street, Crockett
Crockett was home to the late Blues legend Sam “Lightnin” Hopkins. The historic Camp Street Café continues to be a hub for great music, bringing a variety of musical styles – blues, Western, bluegrass, Celtic, you name it, as well as local musicians who perform traditional folk music, cowboy music and other genres in a intimate setting.
The following is a link to a great article recently published in Postcards Magazine about Camp Street Cafe:
St. HWY. 19, Lovelady
936-636-2267 or 936-545-6680
Built in 1934 the Lovelady Old Gym now serves as an event center for concerts, weddings and wedding receptions, family reunions, high school proms, banquets, fundraisers, and the Lovelady Methodist Church’s annual shrimp boil to name a few.
603 E. Goliad, Crockett
The Piney Woods Fine Arts Association is dedicated to the promotion and awareness of performing and visual arts to enrich the lives of all the people of Houston County and the surrounding areas. The PWFAA goal is to provide a consistently high level of entertainment and education in the arts to the schools and communities of Houston and surrounding counties, promoting cultural awareness and understanding. Programs are selected to further these goals.
620 E Houston Ave, Crockett
First run movies in an old movie theatre atmosphere and yester year’s prices. There are nightly showings, which changes each week. Call them for the week’s lineup.
2003 E. Goliad / Loop 304 & Hwy. 7 East, Crockett
Live performances and DJ, karaoke, 8′ screen, dance floor and billiard tables.