in Pilot Point, Texas


OVERVIEW: Join us on the historic Pilot Point town square, as we celebrate the 5th annual BONNIE & CLYDE DAYS! Pilot Point, Texas, was the location of the filming of the famous "bank robbery scene" in the 1968 movie "Bonnie and Clyde" starring Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty. Additionally, Pilot Point (and neighboring towns and counties) was actually the stomping-grounds of Bonnie and Clyde and their cohorts, as well as other well-known outlaws (the James Gang, the Younger Brothers, Quantrill's Raiders and others). The Festival is hosted by Pilot Point's Main Street Program. For vendor info, click here. For photos and press, click here. Download a sponsor packet here.

Saturday October 11, 2014

 Pilot Point, Texas, is just north of Denton. (See map here).


  • 9:30 Race start. 5K Run – The Bonnie and Clyde / Get Fit 5K Family Fun Run & Walk.
  • 10:00- 5:30 pm: KIDS ACTIVITIES. Pumpkin Patch – The Square. Kids Zone: Fire Station, Bounce houses, Face painting, Sharkarosa Ranch Exotic Animals. More info >
  • 10:00-1:00 pm. Tractor and Car shows: Model A Cars – The Square – Northside. Dallas Model A Ford Club. More info >  
  • 10:00 – 5:30 Antique Tractors – The Square – Southside. Tractor show and Peanut Thrashing Demos. Denton County Antique Tractor, Farm Equipment and Primitive Club, Texas Plowboys. More info
  • 10:00-1:30: Classic Cars – The Square – City Museum, Time Machine Car Shows. More info >  
  • 10:30 - live music: 2FarNorth. More info
  • 11:30 – live music: Ryan Ready. More info
  • 12:00 – Bonnie & Clyde Days Reenactment. Join us we celebrate the day "Hollywood came to town" to film scenes for the 1967 Warner Brothers film “Bonnie & Clyde” (starring Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty) at our historic bank building! Watch the famous "Bank Robbery Scene" ... complete with gangsters, a police squad, and the booming guns of The Public Enemies of 934 (professional gangster actors).  Also features local actors.  More info
  • 12:30 - Pie Eating Contest – Southside Stage Square.
  • 12:30 – live music: Raymond James & Robin Hackett.
  • 1:00 - Cabinet Makers’ Soap Box Challenge – Library.
  • 1:30 – live music: Deanie Deal and The James Dean Texas Project.  More info
  • 2:30 – live music: Theresa Arnold  More info
  • 3:30 – live music. Shannon Choate. More info
  • 4:30 – live music TBA
  • 5:30 – HEADLINE CONCERT. The Beerman – Brian Houser. A carpenter by trade, music has always been a love of Brian's. Usually every performance has been preceded by a forty-hour work week and singing from a working man's perspective fits his core belief that country music should be a true reflection of common people and their simple lives. In 1998, Brian Houser released his first CD, the critically acclaimed "Never Look Back." It was produced at the demand of his loyal followers in his hometown of Denton, Texas and documents his emotions of a failed 10- year marriage. The attention garnered by this work led to performances with Jerry Jeff Walker, Robert Keen and, most notably Brian's musical hero, Willie Nelson. More info