Take in a variety of art, food and entertainment at The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival this weekend

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The 14th Annual Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival will be held in The Woodlands Town Center this weekend, April 13-14.

Presented by The Woodlands Arts Council, the festival will run from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sunday along The Woodlands Waterway and at Town Green Park. Two-day admission passes cost $15 in advance or $18 at the gate, while children 12 and under can attend for free.

The festival hosts more than 200 artists from around the country and features frequent live music performances across four main stages. Events for both adults and children take place during the weekend, and local eateries will provide food, beer and wine throughout the festival grounds.

For more information, contact The Woodlands Arts Council or visit www.thewoodlandsartscouncil.org/festival.

The festival will feature dozens of artists across its four performing arts stages. Here are some of the musicians playing on the Palette Café stage over the weekend:

Moodafaruka is a group that mixes flamenco, Indian, Latin, Moroccan and Western influences. Courtesy The Woodlands Arts Council

Southern rock artist George Navarro. Courtesy The Woodlands Arts Council

The Cadillac Blues Band plays classic rock- and country-infused blues. Courtesy The Woodlands Arts Council

The percussion- and electronic-focused Kraken Quartet play music inspired by genres like rock, minimalism, indie, post rock, electronica and avant-garde. Courtesy The Woodlands Arts Council

The Wisconsin native Avian Aura duo play both originals and covers. Courtesy The Woodlands Arts Council

Texas-style country singer Josh Fuller. Courtesy The Woodlands Arts Council

Americana pop singer Mikayla Griffin. Courtesy The Woodlands Arts Council

New Orleans native Ryan Paul Davis blends delta blues and Southern folk. Courtesy The Woodlands Arts Council

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