EXCLUSIVE: Full line-up announced for CPAC Dallas, Trump, Bannon to speak

Ahead of next weekend’s CPAC Texas event in Dallas, the full agenda of speakers have been finalized, featuring big names like former President Donald Trump and War Room host Steve Bannon. The gathering of popular conservative figures and lawmakers will take place from August 4-7 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas.

The conference is a key place for conservatives to discuss ideas and hash out messaging in the lead up to the contentious midterm elections, where Republicans are expected to win some coveted House seats and gain more federal power.

Saturday evening features a keynote address from Trump, with Friday being capped off be the annual Cattleman’s Ball, where Bannon, who was recently found guilty by a DC court of contempt of Congress, and Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon will address the event’s attendees.

The event comes nearly three months before the midterm elections, with political figures like Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Jim Jordan, Lauren Boebert, and conservative frontrunners Kari Lake, who leads in the GOP primary polls, scheduled to address the crowd.

The conference will also feature a number of conservative public figures, like MyPillow founder Mike Lindell, former CEO of Papa John’s John Schnatter, and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, as well as journalists and media figures in the conservative sphere like Glenn Beck and Jesse Kelly.

Jack Posobiec, host the popular Human Events Daily podcast, and frequent guest hosts Steve Bannon’s War Room, will be speaking at the event as well.

The conference will cover a wide range of topics ranging from the medical field, in a panel titled “The Doctor Will Lie to You Now,” with Doctors Robert Malone, Peter McCullough, and Brooke Miller scheduled to speak, to a panel talking about the southern border crisis titled “The Invasion,” headed by senior Downhill writer Julio Rosas, Arizona Gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, former Director of immigration and Customs Enforcement Tom Homan, and Representative Mayra Flores of Texas.

Other panel and speech topics include election laws, the fall of legacy media, the new right, and the encroachment of women’s sports by biological males.

Also appearing at the conference is former leader of the Brexit Party Nigel Farage as well as Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Urban.

General admission tickets start at $295, with premium tickets going for as much as $7,000, which includes tickets and invites to parties and events like the Cattlemen’s Ball and special VIP access.

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