2016 Voyager Music Festival FAQ
The 2nd Annual Voyager Music Festival will be a groundbreaking event, featuring two days of performances from experimental and progressive musicians and interactive workshops.
Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 17 and 18
Two-day pass: $25 advance ($30 at door)
One-day pass: $15 advance ($20 at door)
Kids 10 and under: $5 per day
Passes provide access to musical performances and workshops.
Spider House Ballroom is located at
Doors at noon, first workshops at 12:30
music on Saturday starts at 3 PM, Sunday at 1 PM [detailed schedule]
Where can I park?
The main lot is on 29th and Fruth and there is also a lot between CVS and Eco-Clean behind Spider House via the alley. There’s also plenty of street parking near the venue.
Is there a ridesharing option?
FARE Austin will be providing ridesharing services to the Voyager Music Festival. Use the code “VOYAGER” to receive a discount. Learn more at www.ridefare.com
Where will I eat?
Spider House has an array of food choices, including a cafe on site, and a variety of food trucks: Arlo’s, Belly Up!, Syriano Shawarma, and Holy Cacao
Will there be WiFi onsite?
Free Wifi is available at the venue
Is Spider House Dog Friendly?
Spider House is a dog friendly venue. Dogs are welcome to attend the festival, except in the Ballroom during the music due to the noise factor.
Will band merchandise be available?
Band and VoyagerFest merchandise will be available at the show
Who is the organizer of the Voyager Music Festival?
The Voyager Music Festival is presented by VoyagerFest, an Austin-based non-profit organization that promotes and supports experimental music and art. The organization was borne from a love of progressive music, which is an exploration of new and interesting musical landscapes that defy traditional genres and also make use of advancements in instrument technology. With a genuine interest in promoting exploratory music and art to expand minds and inspire people of all ages, VoyagerFest holds engaging and unique performances throughout the year, featuring local artists.