Central Texas Annual Festivals_APRIL

Urban Music Festival – Auditorium Shores Urban Music Festival is a family-centric festival for R&B, jazz, funk and reggae music lovers, where national and local entertainment take center stage. http://urbanmusicfest.com/

Louisiana Swamp Thing & Crawfish Festival – The Austin American Statesman parking lotIt’s a Cajun festival in Texas! Loads of crawfish are consumed at this annual event, which features zydeco, brass band, funk, blues and rock music. http://www.roadwayevents.com/event/

Art City Austin – Palmer Events Center Nearly 200 national artists, top local restaurants, multiple music stages and hands-on art activities make this one of the city’s favorite festivals. https://www.artallianceaustin.org/

Old Settler’s Music Festival – Salt Lick Pavilion and Camp Ben McCulloch Americana, roots rock, blues and bluegrass are performed at this signature Central Texas music festival. Arts & crafts, camping, food and local libations complete this down-home event. http://oldsettlersmusicfest.org/

Austin Food and Wine Festival – Auditorium Shores – Showcasing some of Texas’ most talented and famous chefs and restauranteurs, the Austin

FOOD & WINE – Festival is presented by FOOD & WINE Magazine and is dedicated to promoting the treasures of the Central Texas food and wine community. http://www.austinfoodandwinefestival.com

Austin Reggae Festival – Auditorium Shores Founded in 1994, this annual festival features three days of live reggae in scenic downtown Austin. http://www.austinreggaefest.com

Red Poppy Festival – Georgetown Square – Georgetown was certified by local residents and the Texas Legislature as the “Red Poppy Capital of Texas.” Each April as the poppies bloom, Georgetown celebrates with the annual Red Poppy Festival that includes food, arts and crafts, live music and more! https://poppy.georgetown.org/

Creek Ranch Euphoria is a progressive live music festival including electronic music, art, workshops, camping and more. http://www.euphoriafest.com/

Eeyore’s Birthday – Pease Park – Celebrated for more than 50 years in Austin. A day-long party to collect money for local non-profit groups. Activities include live music, artists doing face painting and temporary tattoos, costume contests, and even Maypoles for the young or young at heart. http://www.eeyores.org

 

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