Horn-Ball Texas Taligate

Established at the beginning of the 2001 season, The Horn-Ball Texas Tailgaters are a group of devoted Longhorns dedicated to producing the best pre-game experience for their guests and unique marketing opportunities for their partners. One of the largest non-corporate run tailgates in the nation, it hosts 10,000+ visitors annually and has been featured on multiple local and national television & radio shows, as well as dozens of print & online publications. While DJ/AC is pumping up the diverse crowd with his amazing mixes, the Hi-Def satellite televisions are pumping out the football action while tailgaters indulge in multiple activities, product samplings and giveaways. Known for their ability to throw a great party, the internationally known Horn-Ball Texas Tailgaters is a destination event for out-of-towners, bachelor parties, birthday celebrations and more, having hosted groups from Canada, England and even Australia! The Horn-Ball Texas Tailgaters are also known for providing turn-key, custom corporate tailgating events for companies looking to reward employees or impress important clients.


How Many Guests?
Age Range
Hours Before Game
Hours After Game
Number of Tents
Number of TVs

What music source is featured at the tailgate?

Live DJ

Unique alcohol contraption?

The Ice Luge (for shots)

What are your main course food options?

Southwestern food - Pulled Pork Tacos

What drinks are offered at this tailgate?

Mostly Budweiser products, liquor from Texas distillers

What makes this tailgate stand out?

It's one Big Freakin' Party with an internationally known DJ , Shot Luge, and the beautiful Twin Peaks girls doling out drinks from their open bar. This group is a destination event, not just a tailgate. Having won numerous tailgating awards and competitions, you'll see that everything really IS bigger in Texas!


South of the stadium down San Jacinto Blvd. Across MLK Jr. Blvd between San Jacinto and Trinity St. (see photo)

South of the stadium down San Jacinto Blvd. Across MLK Jr. Blvd between San Jacinto and Trinity St. (see photo)