According to a press release from event organizer The Woodlands Arts Council, weekend passes are currently available for purchase.
"We are so thrilled to be able to return to a live format this year, with all CDC, state and county COVID safety measures in place,” TWAC Executive Director Jenny Wright said in the release. "This family-oriented event features activities for all ages from Artopoly hands-on arts activities hosted by The Woodlands Children’s Museum and the Early Inspiration Gallery where kids can start their art collection for $5, to our Seniors Art Rock Painting Community Art Project.”
Along with art exhibits, The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival will feature live music performances and food and drinks.
Tickets can be purchased at TWAC's website for $17, which will increase to $20 at the gate.