Thanks to all the music fans who attended the 2014 Austin Reggae Festival. Watch this site in the next few days for information on total dollars raised for the Capital Area Food Bank via this year’s event. Also, mark your calendar for the 2015 Austin Reggae Festival, which is scheduled Friday, April 17 through Sunday, April 19.
Did you leave something at the 2014 Austin Reggae Festival? Contact us at austin reggae fest at gmail dot com to see if we have located your lost items.
What is the Austin Reggae Festival?
Now in its 21st year, the Austin Reggae Festival celebrates spring, incredible food, and the belief that people can always peacefully co-exist when listening to soul-enriching world music.
How does this event help the community?
Proceeds from the Austin Reggae Festival benefit the Capital Area Food Bank. In 2013, this event raised more than $260,000 for this amazing charity, helping to feed hundreds of thousands of hungry families in Central Texas
How much does it cost to attend the 2014 Austin Reggae Festival?
$15 if you buy tickets in advance online. Cost rises to $20 per day at the gate.
So tickets are available at the gate?
Yes, tickets are available at the gate. But, the cost rises to $20 per day at the gate.
Where do I buy advance tickets online?
Purchase advance tickets for the 2014 Austin Reggae Festival via EventBrite.
Why should I buy a 3-Day-Pass?
The 3-Day-Pass is most cost-effective way to attend the event (if you are going to attend for multiple days). Also, the 3-Day-Pass allows you to leave the park and re-enter on each day of the event. If you buy a single day ticket, you can NOT re-enter the park after leaving.
Is it 2-for-1 admission on Sunday (as it was at the 2013 event)?
No, for the 2014 Austin Reggae Festival, all Sunday patrons must have a ticket. So, there is NOT two-for-one admission on Sunday, April 20.
Where can I get more more ticket-related information?
Visit the Austin Reggae Festival ticket information page.
When do gates open for the 2014 Austin Reggae Festival?
Gates open at 3:00 pm on Friday, April 18. On both Saturday, April 19 as well as Sunday, April 20, gates open at 11:00 am
Where is Butler Park?
Butler Park is located at 1000 Barton Springs Road in downtown Austin. Butler Park is on the south side of Ladybird Lake, just across the street from Auditorium Shores (the previous home of the Austin Reggae Festival).
Where should I park for this year’s event?
Parking is challenging near Butler Park, so we encourage you to carpool or use public transportation. Click here for all the available options.
What can I bring to the Austin Reggae Festival?
Bring your good vibes! Click here for full list of what you can and cannot bring to this year’s event.
Last year, the Austin Reggae Festival raised more then $260,000 for the Capital Area Food Bank. Let’s beat that total in 2014!
For 2014, you will not be allowed to leave and re-enter Butler Park unless you purchase the 3-Day-Pass.