40th Annual Texas Folklife Festival

June 10-12, 2011 

 
TFF 40th

Celebrating 40 years of Festival memories at the Institute of Texan Cultures!

On the grounds of HemisFair Park in downtown San Antonio

 

Festival Dates and Hours

Friday, June 8                 5 - 11 p.m.
Saturday, June 9            11 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Sunday, June 10             12 - 7 p.m.



 

TFF2011Festival Ticket Pricing

Adult (13 )       $10 in advance*       $12 at the gate
Child (6-12)     $5 in advance*         $5 at the gate
Children 5 and under are FREE
Group sales  20 adult tickets in advance only for $8 each.

 

Festival General Information

 
FIRST AID:
The First Aid Station is located on Flagpole Street (see map for location)  and inside the Museum on the 1st Floor.
 
ENTERTAINMENT
The Festival’s 6 stages, located throughout the grounds, feature all types of ethnic and cultural entertainment.   Be on the look out for roving performers on the grounds.
 
FOOD AND DRINKS:
Food and drinks are sold by coupon and Festival coins only. Coupons can be purchased for $1.00 each. Coins for $1.00 each at booths located throughout the grounds. Purchase of coupons with Visa, MasterCard or Discover is available at Booths 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12. See legend for locations.  
 
AUTOMATIC TELLER MACHINES:
ATMs are available by Gate 3 & 4 and Flagpole St.

REFUNDS:
The Festival does not provide refunds for unused coupons.
 
VIA PARK-AND-RIDE:
VIA bus stops are located on Durango Blvd. Exit Gate 1 or 3.

SECURITY:
Members of the San Antonio Police Department and UTSA Police Department are on the grounds throughout the Festival.  Please report any problem or emergency immediately to any officer in your area or at the Security Desk on the first floor of the Institute building.
 
LOST CHILDREN:
Lost children will be taken to the lower level Security Desk. Identification tags for children are available at each of the entry gates.
 
LOST AND FOUND:
Claim or report lost articles at the lower level Security Desk.
 
RESTROOMS: 
Portable toilets are located throughout the grounds.  Restrooms are located inside of the Museum.
 
PETS:
No pets are allowed on the Festival grounds except for service animals.
 
Experience the delicious cuisine, traditional dances,fine-crafted keepsakes, storytelling and music of more than 40 ethnic groups at the biggest three-day cultural celebration in Texas.
*There may be convenience fees for advance purchase at some locations and online.
 

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