Austin Festival Guide

Dated: 11/06/2017

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Feeling Festive?

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A great way to get acquainted with the wonderful Austin area is by attending one of its many festivals. You can start the year right by attending Austin's New Year's Eve celebration - this alcohol-free event has food trucks, music, and booths. Click here to learn more.

Some of my favorite yearly events are the Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration, The Moontower Comedy Festival, Austin Pride and The Texas Book Festival. All of these, and more, are to be found on this handy flyer created by Independence Title Company.

I started attending festivals in Austin in the early 1990's and I feel more connected to the city and its people when I stay involved in the community. Texas offers such a diverse population that we can really embody the melting pot ideals we came to cherish in the 20th century. If you're new to Austin and trying to find your new friends, or if you've been here long enough that some of the old friends have moved away, get out there to some festivals - listen to music and eat great food with a new crowd. 

The city awaits!


Kate Ward

Team Price Real Estate

512-771-4931

kateward@teamprice.com

kateward.buyinginaustin.com

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