Five Tips for Rocking Out at Reggae Fest

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We’re counting down the days to the Austin Reggae Festival, and your Food Bank has the scoop on how to make this the best festival ever.

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1. Enjoy the new digs. This year only, while Auditorium Shores is under construction, Austin Reggae Festival is moving next door to Butler Park (1000 Barton Springs Road).

2. It’s all about the three-day pass. With a three-day pass, you’ll save $5 and enjoy in-and-out privileges at Butler Park. Single-day ticket holders will not be allowed re-entry. Three-day passes are only available online, so get yours now.

3. Bring your drums and all the good vibes you can carry, but tents and canopies are not allowed this year. Dogs, cats, wombats and other pets will have to stay home too. Check out the Austin Reggae Festival website for a complete list of what you can bring to Butler Park.

4. Parking downtown can be a drag, so why not try greener options for getting to Butler Park? Ride your bike, take public transportation or even carpool. Detailed parking information is available on the Austin Reggae Festival website.

5. As always, we appreciate any cash and/or non-perishable food donations you make in addition to your entry fee. It all helps us provide immediate support to Central Texans facing hunger.

Follow the Food Bank on Twitter and Facebook for up-to-the-minute festival news. Have fun, stay safe and we’ll see you at the festival!