Is the festival family friendly? Yes, we'll have fun for the whole family including our H-E-B Kid's Zone with interactive activities and crafts. Children six (6) and under are admitted free with a ticketed adult.
Are pets allowed in the venue/festival? Sorry, no pets are allowed, except service dogs.
Donations How can I donate to Easter Seals? You can donate to Easter Seals Central Texas on our website.
Skull Art Who created the skull art? The beautiful skull logo was created by artist Ernesto Yerena. If you would like to see more of Yerena's work please visit http://hechoconganas.com/
What personal items are permitted? The following items are permitted: blankets, cell phones, strollers (for children four years and younger), folding chairs, cameras (still shot only, no video), backpacks, purses (regular size) and binoculars. Los siguientes objetos están permitidos dentro de las instalaciones: mantas/cobertores, teléfonos celulares, carriolas (para niños menores de 4 años), sillas plegables, cámaras fotográficas (no video), bolsos (tamaño regular) y binoculares.
What personal items are prohibited? The following items are prohibited: guns, knives (or any other weapons), wallet chains, glass, alcohol, illegal substances, pets, video cameras, framed or large backpacks, outside food. Los siguientes objetos están prohibidos dentro de las instalaciones: armas (de cualquier tipo), cadenas para cartera, vidrio, alcohol, sustancias ilegales, mascotas, cámaras de video, backpacks grandes, alimentos y bebidas.
Can we bring in outside food or beverages? There is food, beverages (including alcohol) and more for sale inside.
Are there ATMs on the event grounds? Yes, there will be an ATM onsite for your convenience.
Parking Where can I park? PAY ATTENTION TO CITY SIGNAGE AND DO NOT BLOCK DRIVEWAYS. BE RESPECTFUL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND PEOPLES RESIDENCES. Street parking is in the area around the venue.
Parking is available on the streets around and surrounding Fiesta Gardens. We especially encourage attendees to try and park WEST of the venue if at all possible to avoid the neighborhood.
Parking for people with disabilities will be on the west side of Fiesta Gardens in a lot near the main entrance.
West of the venue there is parking on both sides of the street on Comal immediately West of Martin Middle School. Martin Middle School has lots on the North side and at the intersection of Comal and Nash Hernandez St. There is also a lot on the Northeast corner of Martin Middle School.
Heading East on Nash Hernandez Blvd from Comal St. there is parking on one side of the road on the lower and upper sections of the road, and to the end of Nash Hernandez Blvd.
Further West from the venue Waller Street has parking as well.
If you park in the blocks surrounding the venue on Riverview, Haskell, Holly or the cross streets like Chalmers, Chicon, Lynn and Anthony, keep in mind you are in a residential neighborhood.
WHENEVER POSSIBLE, PLEASE CARPOOL, BIKE OR TAKE ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORTATION.
Bicycles Bike racks will be available for you to secure your bike at the corner of Chicon and Jesse E. Segovia Streets.
Public Transportation The Cap Metro website has directions from your location to the venue. Popular routes include:
Bus route 22 - Chicon Saturday: drops off at the RBJ Health Center west of Fiesta Gardens or East 2nd and Robert Martinez.
Bus route 17 - Cesar Chavez Eastbound Saturday: drops off at East 2nd and Robert Martinez.