Last Chance to Register

Registration for the Old Town 5K closes soon.

We will be offering the Old Town 5K this year on August 29th with Covid 19 precautions with proceeds benefiting the Leander Strong campaign.  The campaign will work to help Leander small businesses get through the Fall. Register before it sells out here.

You can also purchase a Leander Strong t-shirt by calling our office at 512-259-1907.

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Festival Canceled: 5K Continues

The Old Town Street Festival will no longer take place in 2020. We would have loved to put on another memorable event this year, however, with the uncertainty surrounding the current situation in Texas, this decision is the only responsible solution. The health and safety of our fans, artists, partners, staff and the entire Leander community remains our highest priority.

We will be offering the Old Town 5K this year on August 29th with Covid 19 precautions with proceeds benefiting the Leander Strong campaign.  The campaign will work to help Leander small businesses get through the Fall.  You can get more race information here.  You can also purchase a Leander Strong t-shirt by calling our office at 512-259-1907.

We are very thankful for the incredible sponsors that chose to continue to support the event and community.  Please take a moment to thank them, and show them your appreciation for keeping this festival alive.

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We will return to Old Town on June 5, 2021 with the full festival.

Call for supporting bands/musicians

We are in the process of looking for supporting bands for the Old Town Street Festival 2020.

If you are interested in playing, please complete the form below. Please list your desired pay; slots are $250 or $500 and we have 90 min, 120 min, or 180 min slots.

Deadline to submit is Jan. 24th, 2020.

Headliner for 2020 Festival Announced!

The Old Town Street Festival is proud to announce Wade Hayes will be headlining the May 16, 2020 festival.

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Country Artist, Wade Hayes

Country music’s power has always been in its ability to reflect real life, and few artists have a stronger gift forcapturing both heartache and hope than Wade Hayes. In the past few years, the singer/songwriter has navigated a complicated journey that has produced some of the most potent songs of his already impressive career. Surviving stage IV colon cancer, not just once but twice, has given Hayes a unique perspective of the fragility of life and the strength of the human spirit. Those lessons learned are embodied in the songs on Go Live Your Life.

Hayes was in his early 20s when he began churning out such enduring hits as “Old Enough to Know Better,” “I’m Still Dancing with You,” “On a Good Night” and “What I Meant to Say.”

 

“I’ve met so many wonderful people during this journey, especially when I started healing and got out and began speaking. I’ve met some incredible, brave people that were inspiring to me and told me that my story is inspiring to them. I heard the story of a guy who had cancer similar to mine and he made it back to being cancer free. It gave me so much hope that once I got through the valley I thought, Man, that’s what I want to do for other people.’ I want to help them and try to give them inspiration and hope. With God all things are possible. I’m a living example.”