Fall is a great time of the year to visit Austin. Temperatures are cooler, prices are lower and the number of visitors is down meaning more time and more money to just enjoy Austin and all it has to offer you. The live music capital of the world, Austin comes alive in fall with festivals, events and more. By late October and into November, those who enjoy fall will even find plenty of places to see and explore as well. So if you have been planning a trip to Austin this year and just haven’t made it yet, now is a great time to go. Come with Jandar Travel and Vacations as we explore a few of the many reasons why you shouldn’t miss Austin in Fall.
From the Austin City Limits Music Festival to the Austin Celtic Festival, food, cars, music, books and culture offer plenty of reasons to celebrate this fall. Visitors won’t want to miss the Austin City Limits Music Festival which runs from October 3 to October 5tha and October 10th through October 12th at Zilker Park. One of the largest celebrations of music in the country, it includes over 130 acts. You can learn more here. Another fun fall festival especially for those who love film is the Austin Film Festival. Now in its 12th year, the Austin Film Festival runs from October 23-30th and features fun parties, food, film screenings and more. You can learn more about this great event here.
Austin cares about its residents and protecting the environment. This can be seen in both the way it embraces nature and the outdoors and the way it feeds its residents and visitors alike. One fun and unique event that everyone may want to check out is the Green Corn Project Fall Festival. A unique event, the Green Corn Project takes place at Boggy Creek Farm, a historic vegetable farm, Austin’s oldest organic farm. The event features fare from local restaurants, tasting, chef demos, live music and best of all it supports their mission of Feeding Austin One Garden at a Time.
As if this wasn’t enough, one more great reason to enjoy Austin in Fall is the Texas Hill Country Wineries Texas Wine Month Trail. Throughout the month of October, participating wineries along the trail will feature complimentary tastings for the cost of a ticket. Near Austin, visitors have their choice of 30 wineries to explore, many of which are involved in the Texas Wine Month Trail. To learn more about this, visit the Texas Wine Trail website here.
Austin is amazing any time of the year and it is waiting for you. Find out what you have been missing this fall.