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Austin's New Donut Fest Is Coming This Spring With Tons Of Treats

Donuts and beer is the perfect combo!
Austin's First Ever Donut Fest Is This Spring And It's 21+

Austin is one lucky city, considering it's home to both a Voodoo Doughnuts and a Gordough's. This spring, the city is getting even luckier with its first-ever Donut Fest! Austin is practically the capital of creative doughnut shops, so it should come as no surprise that the city is celebrating everyone's favorite late-night snack. 

Mark your calendars for Sunday, April 19, because that's when Donut Fest will be taking over Austin.

From 1 to 5 p.m., you can come out to Hi Sign Brewing for the event of the year that's offering delicious doughnut samples.

There's a reason for the large number of samples available to guests and it's not only to satisfy your sweet tooth.

If you come out to the fest, you'll be deciding who serves the best doughnut among Austin's local doughnut shops.

*Vendors haven't been announced yet but we are more than ready to indulge in all of them!

As the festival gets closer, more and more local doughnut shops will be added to the list, though we're pretty satisfied with our options so far.

You can purchase your GA or VIP tickets now, which are either $15 or $30 per person. Tickets can be snagged for only $10 if you buy yours well in advance.

GA tickets include doughnut samples from each station, one beer ticket courtesy of Hi Sign Brewing, access to a doughnut-eating contest, non-alcoholic beverage samples, and more.

VIP tickets include early entry into the event starting at 1 p.m.(whereas GA enters at 3 p.m.), two beer tickets, swag, and much more.

*Thanks to Hi Sign Brewing, this event will be open for all to enjoy, so you can head on out with your besties, parents or the whole family!

There will be more fun and doughnuts for everyone.

We can't wait until Donut Fest is finally here and are counting down the days until it is.

Donut Fest Austin

Price: $10 - $30

When: Sunday, April 19

Address: 1201 Bastrop Highway Bldg. A, Austin, TX

Why You Need To Go: It's a festival all about doughnuts in Austin, what else could you want to snack on?

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