Join us as we kickoff APATX19 on the beautiful Brazos River in Downtown Waco. The Brazos River is the longest river flowing entirely in Texas, with its watershed stretching from New Mexico to the Gulf of Mexico. The event will be held on the historic Suspension Bridge in Indian Springs Park. Attendees will also be able to stroll down the new Waco Riverwalk, which includes approximately seven miles of multi-use, lighted trail that loops along both banks of the Brazos River, and take a boat ride down the Brazos to Baylor's McLane Stadium with Captain Ryan and the Waco River Safari. Event will include live entertainment, food, and drinks.
Ticket Included in Full Day or One-Day Registration
Additional Tickets - $60
Creative waco cultural district
Thursday, November 7, 2019 | 7:00pm - 10:00pm
On September 7, 2016, Texas Commission on the Arts unanimously voted to designate Downtown Waco a State of Texas Cultural District. Waco’s Cultural District contains museums, art galleries, public art, performance venues and restaurants and bars serving locally produced food, wine, beer. Walk over to the Magnolia Market at the Silos before closing at 6:00pm then head on over to the historic Waco Hippodrome on Austin Street.
In addition to the Hippodrome venue, we'll be closing down a block on Austin Street for outdoor activities, live music, and drinks. Get ready for one the best social events in APATX conference history.