May has arrived in Austin, bringing the rainy weather and heat! There’s still a lot to do in Austin this month, rain or shine. Whether you’re with the family or looking for something with friends, there’s something for you. Keep reading to see what’s happening this month.
Pecan Street Festival – May 6-7th
The pecan street festival is one of the longest-running and biggest festivals in the nation. Come for the art vendors and stay for the live music and eats. You can learn more on their website.
Hot Luck Festival – May 25-28th
Hot Luck Festival is a live food and music festival featuring food events like Al Fuego where chefs battle it out over flame grills. Plus there is plenty of live music to listen to while you snack on delicious food. Buy tickets here.
The Front Market – May 13-14th
The Front Market highlights 175+ vendors, daily DJs and performances, curated workshops, immaculate pop-ups and surprises! It’s a free event, that’s open to families and dogs. Find out more here.
Kerbey Lane Village Market Days – May 20th
Located around Tiny’s Milk and Cookies and Thompson + Hanson Garden House, this is a great market to bring the family to. There will be artisan wares, free face painting and crafts, and tacos! Plus you can pick up some fresh flowers and farmer’s produce and meats. Find out more here.
Mother’s Days Picnic and Bouquets – May 13th
Go to the Zilker Botanical Garden and enjoy a picnic with your mom featuring an antonelli’s platter and Good Juju Flowers. More info can be found here.
Austin Mimosa Walk – May 13th
Sip and shop on S. 1st Street! A self guided tour with different flavored mimosas at each shop. Check out the map and buy tickets here.
Star War Craft Parties – May 6
Creative Reuse is hosting a Star Wars themed craft day to celebrate May the 4th be with you. Ages 6+ are welcome to come in costumes and make a headband R2D2 pencil holder. More details can be found here.
Bookspring Fest: A Read Aloud Celebration – May 13th
A free outdoor activity for the whole family! There will be three performances mixed with community reading from dressed up local heroes. Bookspring is a nonprofit that works to build early childhood literacy. More info can be found here.
Movies in the Park: Free Guy – May 25th
Brought to you by the Austin Parks Foundation that works to bring outdoor entertainment to Austinites of all backgrounds. Bring your blanket and lawn chair and come enjoy a movie. More info can be found here.
There’s plenty for everyone this May! So make sure to get out and explore what Austin has to offer. We’ll see you next month!
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