"District Day" is a day-long festival located at various sites in east Austin. Each of the “District Day” sites will feature works created by visual artists and artisans; entertainment provided by local musicians, spoken word and performing artists; activities for children, information from service providers and opportunities to talk with your neighbors about some of the latest community development trends in east Austin. The day ends with a concert featuring national touring artist Leela James.
So grab your friends and bring your whole family out on Saturday October 16th for the first annual District Day in celebration of the African American Cultural Heritage District. District Day features 9 Unique Sites highlighting the culture, history, music and people that define East Austin.
For more info about the specific sites click here:
District Day Festival Sites
All sites are free and open to the public (except for Leela James show) and are open from 10-3pm.
Shuttle buses will run throughout the day to each site and parking is available at the Carver Museum located at 1165 Angelina Street More information about the shuttle buses and parking can be found here.
District Day Map