125 Concert Series | Featuring Cody Johnson

  • San Jacinto Monument 3523 Independence Parkway La Porte, TX, 77571 United States

THIS SHOW IS CURRENTLY SOLD OUT!

Cody Johnson, along with La Porte's own Jake Worthington, will be preforming at the San Jacinto Monument.  Join us for a night of music, food trucks, and fireworks.  

PLEASE NOTE:  There is no onsite parking for this event.  You must park at one of the satellite parking locations and take a shuttle to the event site. NO DROP OFFS AT MONUMENT!

NO ALCOHOL PERMITTED


5:00PM | Gates Open
7:00PM | Jake Worthington
8:30PM | Cody Johnson
10:00PM | Fireworks


I heard this is a FREE event, do I need a ticket? 
Yes - This is a free event, however, seating is limited and you must have a ticket.  Please Note:  Tickets must be presented upon boarding the shuttle.  

Where do I park?
Parking is available at the Shell Deer Park Complex, Gate 34.  Shuttles will begin service at 5:00pm and continue until 11:00pm.  Please Note:  There is no onsite parking at San Jacinto Monument.  

Driving Directions:
From SH225 Westbound – Exit Sam Houston Tollway/TX-8-BELTWAY.  Stay straight until you reach Jones Road.  Turn right on Jones Road.  Parking lots will be on the left and right.  From SH225 Eastbound – Exit Deer Park/Deerwood Glen Dr. U-Turn just before Deerwood Glen Dr. onto the SH 225 frontage road.  Stay straight until you reach Jones Road.  Turn right on Jones Road.  Parking lots will be on the right and left. 

Can I get dropped off at the concert? 
No drop-offs will be allowed at the monument.  Tickets must be presented to board the shuttle. 

Can I bring a chair? 
Yes!  You are welcome to bring a soft, collapsible chair.  Remember, you will be riding a shuttle, so make sure your chair is small enough to bring on the bus with you.  

Will food be available onsite?  
There will be several food trucks onsite.  Please Note:  No outside food or beverage is allowed.  

Will alcohol be served at the concert? 
NO!  This is an alcohol free venue.  

Can I bring my dog, ferret, or squirrel? 
We love our furry friends, but please leave them at home for this concert (service animals are welcome).  

Can I come and go from the concert? 
Great question!  Make sure you have everything you need when you arrive at the concert.  There is NO RE-ENTRY!  


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Immediately after the Battle of San Jacinto, the land—then privately owned—commanded respect from all who walked on its soil. The Texas Veterans Association began planning a formal monument, and the state finally received funding to purchase land in the 1890s. Building the monument was hard work. In the 57 hours that the foundation was poured, the builders consumed 3,800 sandwiches and 5,700 cups of coffee. A full-scale model of the 34 foot, 220 ton star was built to test its assembly before the star was constructed at the top of the monument. Despite the scale and speed of the project, not a single life was lost during the monument’s construction. Since its completion in 1939, the monument has been a symbol of community pride, sacrifice and honor.

Immediately after the Battle of San Jacinto, the land—then privately owned—commanded respect from all who walked on its soil. The Texas Veterans Association began planning a formal monument, and the state finally received funding to purchase land in the 1890s.

Building the monument was hard work. In the 57 hours that the foundation was poured, the builders consumed 3,800 sandwiches and 5,700 cups of coffee.

A full-scale model of the 34 foot, 220 ton star was built to test its assembly before the star was constructed at the top of the monument.

Despite the scale and speed of the project, not a single life was lost during the monument’s construction.

Since its completion in 1939, the monument has been a symbol of community pride, sacrifice and honor.

Today, the world’s tallest war memorial stands at San Jacinto—15 feet taller than the Washington monument—honoring all those who fought for Texas’s independence. The San Jacinto Museum is open daily from 9:00AM - 6:00AM. 

Today, the world’s tallest war memorial stands at San Jacinto—15 feet taller than the Washington monument—honoring all those who fought for Texas’s independence.

The San Jacinto Museum is open daily from 9:00AM - 6:00AM.