Two Days of Music, People and Fun!
Founded in the spring of 1993, the Austin Reggae Festival is the largest third-world music event in Central Texas. Doors open at noon each day and the show continues untll 10:00 pm. Past performers have included Inner Visions, Jethro Jeremiah, Killer Bees, King Chango, The Majestics, Root 1, Tribal Nation, and Watusi. The 2006 linuep will be announed in early March.
Arts and Crafts Vendor Space Available
Do you specialize in unique arts and crafts, or quality food items? Would you like to have an opportunity to sell your product to the 10,000+ music fans who attend the two-day Austin Marley Festival? There are still a few openings for vendors at the 2006 Austin Reggae Festival. To receive an application, e-mail your name and mailing address to Hugh. Or, call 512-312-0435. UPDATE: As of March 27, all spaces for food vendors have been sold out. There are, however, a few remaining spaces for vendors specializing in arts and crafts.
Benefitting the Capital Area Food Bank
The Austin Reggae Festival serves as one of the year's biggest food procurement events for the Capital Area Food Bank. Since 1993, more than 200,000 pounds of food has been generated for this worthy charity as a result of local reggae fans attending this special event. Support all the great things that CAFB does for Central Texas by attending the 2006 Austin Reggae Festival.
More Volunteers Needed for 2006 Event
Do you want to be a part of this year's Austin Reggae Festival? The Capital Area Food Bank is still looking for volunteers for this year's event. College-aged and older individuals and organizations are needed to receive and box food donations, as well as load the collection onto the truck. This is a great chance to meet new people and make new friends while you help out with one of Austin's funnest outdoor festivals. For more info, e-mail Celia. Hurry, positions are filling up quickly.