KTSW Kids: MR Fest’s Newest Addition

By Jenise Jackson
Blog Content Contributor

The 10th Annual MR Fest is approaching quickly and we are looking forward to another year of great attendance numbers. While KTSW has a lot of great entertainment lined up, we wanted to make sure we could keep the entire San Marcos community involved, including families with children. So if you are thinking about attending the festival, but want to be in a more family-friendly environment, the Hays County Courthouse lawn is the venue for you.

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The Courthouse Lawn is a perfect place for you and your family to come enjoy MR Fest with KTSW. Photo by Madison Tyson.

This year, KTSW will be introducing this new component of the festival called KTSW Kids. From 1 to 5 P.M. on April 29th, families can come out to the Courthouse Lawn to enjoy great music and activities. The artists lined up to perform include Tall Grass and the Weeds, Josh Halverson, Jacob Kyle and Jaren Liebowich. Yoga and interactive activities will be available for any willing participants and you will have the opportunity to get involved with the community. There will also be a number of local vendors, Texas State student organizations and non-profits present during this time.

We would love to have a great turnout for the second year of KTSW Kids. Come celebrate with KTSW at MR Fest this weekend by bringing the young ones out to have a fun-filled day.

Featured image by Madison Tyson.

A special thank you to MR Fest sponsors: Buzzmill, Main Street, Texas Music Water, Colloquium, Roper and Mehler, University Bookstore and Brandt.

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