We’re excited to be a media sponsor at this year’s Austin Earth Day Festival! We hope to see all of you at this free, family friendly event on Saturday, Apr. 18 at Mueller Browning Hangar from noon – 6 p.m. Let’s connect with the Austin community and celebrate planet Earth with lots of hands-on demos, music, food trucks, info sessions on topics such as composting, rain gardens, tiny houses and more. And of course, this event has plenty of activities for the youngest attendees. The Kid’s Zone will include crafts and fun for all ages with magic, balloon sculptures, a Box City construction zone, petting zoo, kid’s parade and more!


This year’s Austin Earth Day Festival offers so much fun…

Maracatu1-300x189–> Music: Check out a wide variety of drum performances including Maracatu’s African rhythms, the Texas Dragon/Lion dance team, Drums of Tahiti Revue National Touring Polynesian Dance Company for traditional Hula dances, X8 Interactive drumming and more. Read more about the music here.

–> Food: Enjoy a variety of food trailers with tacos, pizza, subs, empanadas, kabobs, mini donuts, Italian water ice and more. Click here to see a list of food vendors.

creative-action2-300x225–> Kid’s Zone: Kids will be entertained by Jeffrey Jester the Balloon Professor, Princess Polly Esther Mermaid, Laura Freeman, and more. City of Austin Park Rangers will be on hand to talk with kids about animals that live in Texas. Children can enjoy box city, crafts, and join a parade. Read more about the Kid’s Zone here.

Wondering about transportation and parking? You’re encouraged to ride bikes to the festival if you can. They’ll be plenty of bike parking. Or you can ride the bus. Capital Metro busses #37 & #350 stop at the hangar. If you choose to drive, you can park for free in the parking garage behind the Thinkery.

Admission is free! Pets are welcome. For a map of the festival, click here.

For more info, you can visit the event website or Facebook page.

See you there!