Date: The Festival is scheduled for October 15 – 16, 2022
Free event: The Festival is free to the public for all to experience and enjoy!
Beneficiary: The 2022 beneficiary is The Kerr Arts and Cultural Center.
Health and Safety: The Festival will continue to consult with officials for health and safety measures.
Weather: The event will be held, rain or shine.
Festival hours: 10 am – 5 pm on Saturday and 10 am – 4 pm on Sunday.
Maps and Information: Information and onsite signage will be available at all throughout the Festival.
Food and Beverages: There will be food vendors on site and several restaurants in downtown area that are within walking distance. Please do not bring glass containers onsite.
Lost Children: For assistance with lost children please go to the Volunteer Tent and notify event staff immediately.
Lost and Found: Found items that are turned in will be secured at the Volunteer Tent. Please check there if you have lost a possession.
Pets: Absolutely no animals. You may bring your service dog with appropriate paperwork. We respectfully ask that all other pets be left at home.
Rest Rooms: Portable facilities will be located onsite and there is a public restroom on the south side of Water Street between Sidney Baker and Earl Garrett Streets.
Parking: Street parking is available outside of Festival grounds, including the free downtown parking garage on the corner of Sidney Baker and Water Street. The downtown garage has ADA parking on the 3rd floor and attendees can utilize the covered crosswalk and elevator to reach Peterson Plaza.
ATM Machines: Cash machines are within a short walking distance throughout the downtown Kerrville area.
For the safety and enjoyment of all Festival attendees, please observe the following rules:
- Smoking is not permitted inside any structure or in any seating areas on the Festival grounds.
- The riding of skateboards, bikes, or use of roller blades or roller shoes within the site is prohibited.
Free chalk workshop on June 19, 2021 from 10am-12pm at the Trailhead Beer Garden on the Schreiner University campus.
Julie Mangum, an art teacher with Fredericksburg ISD, and experienced street painter will lead the workshop. She will discuss her career in the arts and her passion for chalk art.
This 2-hour class is for anyone interested in learning more about pavement art. Explore a variety of techniques to compose and lay out your street painting design. All skill levels and ages welcome. Supplies and materials are provided. Please call (830)895-5222 to reserve a spot.
After the chalk workshop on June 19th there will be live music, outdoor games and plenty of shaded, social-distance seating.
The Trailhead opens to the community starting June 12, 2021. Several programs and events are scheduled through the summer to encourage visitors to the campus, explore the newest section of the Kerrville River Trail, enjoy coffee, beer, wine, live music, and food trucks at the restored building. For more information and hours of operation, please visit trailheadbeergarden.com.