Music Lineup Announced For Pop-Up Beer Garden On The Trail Benefiting The Trail Foundation

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The Trail Foundation (TTF) is bringing the first-ever Pop-Up Beer Garden on the Trail to Sand Beach Park near the Seaholm Waterfront Project on October 9-10, 2021. Coinciding with the second weekend of Austin City Limits Music Festival. The event will feature local beer and 14 sets of homegrown live music while raising funds to support TTF’s mission to protect, enhance, and connect the Butler Hike and Bike Trail at Lady Bird Lake for the benefit of all.

General admission tickets can be purchased for one or both days and include entrance into the Beer Garden with a full day of music, bottomless access to all beverage vendors, and a TTF t-shirt and koozies.

Grab Your Tickets Here!

  • Diverse array of local talent, including: 

Interesting Facts About The Butler Hike & Bike Trail

  • The Butler Hike and Bike Trail is a 10-mile loop spanning from MoPac to Longhorn Dam.
  • The Trail saw nearly 4.5 million visits in 2020 (averaging 12,000 visits a day!) 
  • The Trail Foundation (TTF) works to protect, enhance, and connect the Butler Hike and Bike Trail at Lady Bird Lake for the benefit of all
  • TTF hosts 3 volunteer events a week on the Trail, working to remove trash and provide ecological restoration in the heart of the city 
  • Since January, volunteer has removed an estimated 8,000 pounds of trash on the Trail 
  • In 2020, TTF and its volunteers planted over 11,000 native plants and trees on the Trail 
  • TTF offers free programming to Trail users, including the Music on the Trail series every Saturday morning at rotating locations on the Trail. (nearly 13,000 people enjoyed free music on the Trail through this series so far!) 

Volunteer On The Trail!

To learn more, visit The Trail Foundation’s website for more details.

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