Each year in April, Old Town Spring hosts the Texas Crawfish and Music Festival. It lasts for three weekends. There is crawfish to be eaten (70 tons of it, to be exact) and live music to be heard. In 2011, the Texas Crawfish and Music Festival will celebrate its 25th year.
The two weekends that the Texas Crawfish and Music Festival will touch in 2011 are May 13-15 and May 20-22.
Texas Crawfish and Music Festival General Information
The Texas Crawfish and Music Festival is one of the largest crawfish festivals in the Southern United States. There is live music on three separate stages, ranging from country to zydeco to indie rock. There are also carnival rides, midway games and educational opportunities for the kids and the kids-at-heart).
Texas Crawfish and Music Festival Benefits
The TCaMF benefits the Spring Preservation League organization, a “non-profit foundation which is dedicated to the preservation and beautification of Old Town Spring, community projects and maintains contributions to a variety of service organizations.”
For the duration of the festival, it is open Fridays from 6 p.m. to 12 a.m., Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. and Sundays from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Historic Old Town Spring
130 Spring School Road
Spring, Texas 77373
Tickets are $10. Children 12 and under get in for free when accompanied by an adult. Active members of the military are also allowed in for free.
The lineup for the 2011 Texas Crawfish and Music Festival features acts such as Jason Allen, Max Stalling, Deryl Dodd and more. There will be more than 50 bands in total. See the full music lineup, including dates, times and stages, for the Texas Crawfish and Music Festival here.