Absolutely! Friendly dogs are welcome at the festival (excludes ZIP Fast Freeze Lounge; pets allowed on ZIP patio only). Please make sure to bring bags to clean up after your dog.
Firearms of any kind
Other weapons of any kind
Exotic, Dangerous, or Aggressive Pets will not be permitted at the discretion of Fest Security & Staff
Smoking or Vaping inside the festival grounds
Drones or any flying objects
Alcohol, Drugs, and all other illegal substances
Skateboards, Scooter, or personalized motor vehicles
Bicycles inside the Fest (Bike racks and bike parking will be available near the entrance)
Fireworks and other Explosives
Outside food and beverages (except 1 factory sealed 20oz. water)
All guests and belongings may be searched when entering the event grounds. Any prohibited items will be confiscated and event entry may be denied at the discretion of APD or Festival Staff/Security.
Friendly dogs on a leash
Umbrellas (small hand-held style)
Personal Handheld Walkie Talkies
Parsonal Cameras, including digital cameras, DSLR’s with stock lenses, point-and-shoot cameras, and traditional film cameras
One (1) factory sealed 20oz. bottle of water
NOTICE: Southbound MoPac will be reduced to one lane between 2222 and Enfield from Friday, August 11 at 10PM to Monday, August 14 at 5AM. Expect heavy delays and consider using alternate routes to get to the festival. We recommend utilitizing I-35. See the full article.
Please be mindful of city signage as parking is restricted in some areas. You will be towed if parked in a no parking area.
Please avoid parking in the neighborhood. Parking is available on the streets around and surrounding Fiesta Gardens. We especially encourage attendees to try and park WEST of the venue.
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 parking lots on the North side and at the intersection of Comal and Nash Hernandez St. There is also a parking 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.
For those wanted to avoid the hassle of driving, consider using Fasten, our preferred ride share partner. Use the code ICECREAM17 to receive $10 off for first riders.
The Cap Metro trip planner has directions from your location to the venue. Popular routes include:
Bus route 22: drops off at the RBJ Health Center west of Fiesta Gardens or East 2nd and Robert Martinez.
Bus route 17 Cesar Chavez Eastbound: drops off at East 2nd and Robert Martinez.
Everyone is encouraged to use pedal power – by far the easiest way to get to an event! Bike racks will be located directly south of the Main Entrance. Don’t forget to bring your lock!
City Bike Program – For more information on biking in Austin click here
City Trail Guide – For more information on the trails in Austin click here
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