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NEXT FESTIVAL: 43rd Annual Spring Pecan Street Festival, May 2 & 3, 2020

Pecan Street Festival’s
43rd Annual Spring Festival: OUR 81st FESTIVAL

May 2nd & 3rd, 2020

credit: Will Taylor, LostinAustin.org

Produced by the Pecan Street Association, a 501c4

*RAIN OR SHINE!* 

*FREE!*

Now in our 43rd year of the Pecan Street Festival (“PSF”) — with 42 spring fests and 39 fall fests under our belt — we bring Texans our 81st festival to date. It will take place Saturday and Sunday, May 2nd & 3rd, 2020 (11am-10pm Sat./11am-8pm Sun.). The PSF is the largest, and longest-running, of Texas’ arts/crafts and music festivals. It draws nearly 300 local and national arts, crafts and food vendors, +/-50 musical acts and a quarter-million attendees during the weekend. PSF is also FREE; the ONLY large-scale festival around that can boast this!

The Pecan Street Association (“PSA”), the non-profit behind the festival, gives back to the community via donations to local non-profits and historical education/preservation of Pecan Street (aka Sixth St.).

We will have a wonderful array of food, vendors, offering festival-goers pottery, printmaking, pen and acrylic work, hand blown glass, jewelry, assemblage art and carnival rides for the kids & more. Vendors are selected from the best locally and nationally.

The music and performing line-up will be announced in late March.

Our featured artist will be announced in mid March.  

 

Sponsors: announced in Feb.

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VIDEOS:
On Edge Media (formerly Media On Edge) Spring 2019Media On Edge Fall 2018;  Media On Edge Spring 2018;  Cloud Craft Studios Fall 2017

PICS FROM SPRING 2019:

credit: Will Taylor, LostinAustin.org

Red Road Warriors, Spring 2019; credit: Will Taylor, LostinAustin.org

credit: Will Taylor, LostinAustin.org

credit: Will Taylor, LostinAustin.org

credit: Will Taylor, LostinAustin.org

credit: Will Taylor, LostinAustin.org

 

credit: Will Taylor, LostinAustin.org

Christopher Haddad, PSF producer; credit: Will Taylor, LostinAustin.org

credit: Will Taylor, LostinAustin.org

silent disco; credit: Will Taylor, LostinAustin.org

credit: Will Taylor, LostinAustin.org