TYLER, Texas — If you're looking for something fun to do this weekend, look no further!
The annual Red Dirt BBQ & Music Festival is taking over Downtown Tyler on Saturday, May 6, with headliner Charley Crockett and more than 20 of the best BBQ joints from across the Lone Star State!
Buddy Logan of "Radio Texas, LIVE!" joined "Morning Y'all" to talk all things-Red Dirt and discussed a few changes to this year's event.
According to the City of Tyler, the small portion of Broadway Ave. in between Ferguson and Erwin will close on Friday at noon and all other streets will be open.
Also, starting at 6 p.m. on Friday, Broadway and College Ave. will be closed between Elm and Locust Streets. Erwin and Ferguson Streets will be closed from Bois D' Arc Ave. and Spring Ave. All of these streets will reopen at 3 a.m. Sunday.
The Fair Plaza Parking Garage will be open and free as always. Downtown businesses will be open throughout the festival, as well.
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