The 10th annual SpringFest will be held April 29 at the Hill Country Galleria in Bee Cave. The festival is presented by St. David’s 24-7 Emergency Center and coordinated by the Lake Travis Chamber of Commerce.

“It is the biggest time in the smallest town,” chamber President Laura Mitchell said.

The Lake Travis-area event brings in more than 8,000 people annually from throughout Central Texas, Mitchell said.

In addition to live musical performances—including Echo's Edge, the Lucas Johnson Band and Weldon Henson—the event features children’s performances in gymnastics, theater and dance.

Other supporting partners presenting the festival include Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Lake Travis, Community Impact Newspaper and Frost Bank.

For more information, contact the chamber office at  512-263-5833, or visit

Schedule of events

SpringFest will feature live music and artistic performances at the Hill Country Galleria Central Plaza across the street from the Bee Cave Library.

Main Stage lineup

11-11:30 a.m.- Qigong-Yoga by Gayl Hubatch/Blue Heron Center

11:30 a.m.-noon- TexARTS

Noon-12:30 p.m.- Champions TX Gymnastics & Cheer

12:30-1 p.m.- Champions TX Gymnastics & Cheer

1:15-1:45 p.m. 620 Dance Centre

2-3 p.m. Echo's Edge

3:20-5:10 p.m. Lucas Johnson Band

5:30-7 p.m. Weldon Henson

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Now in its fifth year of operation, the Craft BrewHaus features beers made throughout the Hill Country and Texas. The WineStomp features wines from various Hill Country vineyards.

The Craft BrewHaus & WineStomp tent requires prepaid tickets and is offered only to adults age 21 or older.


LTW-2017-04-43-2The SpringFest KidZone provides an entertainment area for toddlers through teenagers. Although admission to SpringFest is free, tickets for KidZone must be purchased separately.

Features include:

•Trampoline jumping

•Rock wall climbing


•Bounce houses

Educate & Engage

LTW-2017-04-43-3This new addition to SpringFest activities will provide how-to presentations of many kinds to educate the community about matters such as drowning prevention, monitoring blood pressure or glucose, making guacamole or pizza dough, cooking crawfish and more. Visit for the entire lineup.

Boat Expo

LTW-2017-04-43-4The SpringFest Boat Expo, an annual event at the festival, displays watercraft from local boat and lake-related vendors, and it is sponsored by Sail and Ski Center. Participants can view a variety of boat types and ask vendors questions about their products.

Artisan shopping

LTW-2017-04-43-5Guests can walk among more than 100 local and regional artisan vendor booths selling items that include gourmet food items, jewelry, indoor and outdoor home decor, clothing and accessories.