logo Office du tourisme des USA

The countdown is on!
On Monday April 8, 2024, part of the American sky will be plunged into darkness during a solar eclipse. While the partial eclipse can be seen in almost every American state, only a few will be able to witness the total solar eclipse. Among the privileged states is Texas, making it an ideal destination to admire this eagerly awaited phenomenon that will only last a few minutes.
For the occasion, several Texan cities are planning their own festivals. These include the small border town of Del Rio, which will be the first to go dark, as well as San Antonio, a large part of the Hill Country and major northern cities such as Dallas, Fort Worth and Waco. Festivals, concerts, outdoor activities and educational games are in store for lucky visitors, such as the Kerrclipse Festival in Kerrville, the Solar Eclipse Fest in Del Rio and the Eclipse Over Texas in Waco.
It’s definitely a spectacular day to make the most of this unique celestial event, which won’t happen again until 2044!

Contact: Unique Consulting, Travel Texas representative in France, Charlotte Bonis, E-mail: charlotte@uniqueconsulting.fr