Austin Is Having A Massive Crawfish Festival This Spring & It's A Cajun Paradise

They'll even have an oyster bar!
Austin's Crawfish Festival Is This Spring & Will Have A Variety Of Seafood

If there's one thing Texans can't get enough of (aside from queso), it's seafood. The more of it there is, the better, which is why festivals centering around seafood are so popular in the Lone Star State, especially once the weather starts to heat back up. This spring, Austin's crawfish festival is coming back to the capital and it's bringing with it some of the best, most delicious seafood in the world!

The Austin Crawfish Festival is back on Saturday, April 4, with a lineup that will not disappoint.

Crawfish, crab, shrimp, oysters, beignets, and so much more will be served and bring with it a truly mouthwatering experience.

Even folks with dietary restrictions will be able to join in on the fun, as there'll be loads of vegan options.

Plus, there will be a full-blown oyster bar! Things don't get much better than this.

Or, do they?

VIP tickets are on sale now, and if you get them before January 1, you'll only end up spending $30.

VIP tickets include all-you-can-eat crawfish plus corn and potatoes. Whereas general admission is $5 and only includes entry.

Whichever option you decide to go with, you'll still get to enjoy every aspect of the festival.

Bounce houses, Epic Fun attractions, performers, and much more will be there to enjoy, plus margaritas bigger than you've ever seen before!

You're gonna need them as big as they come to wash down all that seafood goodness.

If this type of festival is right up your alley, then there's plenty more to look forward to this spring.

We know not everyone can make a day trip to Austin, which is why there are so many more yummy options across the state.

We hope to see you at the Austin Crawfish Festival this April — after all — it is Austin's biggest seafood fest!  

Austin Crawfish Festival 2020

Price: $5-30

When: Saturday, April 4

Address: Austin, TX

Why You Need To Go: This is one of Texas' largest seafood festivals, and they'll have every single type you can imagine.