By Kristina Valdez | Arts & Life Editor
Tuesday, Oct. 17
Cowboys, Cattle & Culture of the Chisholm Trails
Location: Mayborn Museum | Time: 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. | Cost: Free
Listen to speaker Doug Harman share about the culture of cowboys who herded cattle along the Chisholm trails.
Wednesday, Oct. 18
Location: McLane Stadium, Parking Lot C | Time: 7 p.m. | Cost: Free
David Crowder, contemporary Christian artist, will be performing at McLane Stadium in Parking Lot C during his American Prodigal Tour and as part of Franklin Graham’s event for free.
Thursday, Oct. 19
Baylor Homecoming 2017: Carillon Recital
Location: Pat Neff Hall Tower | Time: 12:15 – 1:15 p.m. | Cost: Free
To start off Baylor Homecoming 2017, bring lawn chairs and throw blankets in front of Pat Neff Hall as university Carillonneur Lynnette Gerary performs during her Carillon Recital.
“The Front Row of Fashion” show
Location: 401 S. 3rd St. | Time: 6:30 p.m. | Cost: $25 – $60
Haute Couture meets Downtown Waco during “The Front Row of Fashion” show that will be bringing up-and-incoming designers, aspiring models and special guests together in one space.
Live Music at Dichotomy Coffee & Spirits
Location: Dichotomy Coffee & Spirits | Time: 7 p.m. | Cost: Free
Amy Hopper will be joining the live music scene at Dichotomy.
Location: Waco Hall | Time: 7 p.m. | Cost: Tickets are extremely
The top performances from All-University Sing will be performing Pigskin Revue, which has been a part of Baylor homecoming celebrations from 1958.Tickets are limited.
Location: Waco Hippodrome | Time: 7 – 9 p.m. | Cost: $40 – $80
American country singer and songwriter Kris Kristofferson will be performing solo at the Waco Hippodrome. Kristofferson will be continuing his longstanding career as a solo artist with locals and Baylor students.
Open Mic at Tea2Go
Location: 820 S. 7th St. | Time: 7:15 p.m. | Cost: Free
Every third Thursday night of the month, Tea2Go welcomes singers, poets and artists to share their talents with customers stopping by for a quick tea on the go.
Location: Ferrell Center | Time: 10 – 11:30 p.m. | Cost: Free
During the Mass Meeting in the Ferrell Center, Baylor will honor the 10 Baylor students, the Immortal Ten, who died in a bus-train accident in 1927 in Round Rock.
Oct. 5 – Nov. 12 — Danville Chadbourne: Retrospective Part IV is open at the Martin Museum of Art for free until Nov. 12. This exhibit of small wooden figures will fill up the gallery.