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Frequently Asked Questions

Where will the event be held?

The festival will be held behind the old Coca Cola building on N. Washington Ave. The address is: 511 N. Washington Ave , Marshall TX 75670.  The venue entrance is on Mason Street, which will be closed to vehicle traffic.

What other activities will be a part of the event?

 A dance floor to get those boots a scootin, with volunteer dance instructors; a Kid Zone, including a bounce house, instrument “petting zoo”, face painting, and a variety of toss games and other surprises; a history tent  for those who want to learn more about Marshall and Boogie Woogie history; food and beverages by Mirthas Kitchen and Neely’s Brown Pig; shaved Ice and other treats by Sugar Shack; hydration stations provided by Boogie Woogie Corp.; First Aid Tent, staffed by Christus Good Shepherd; Merchandise from Boogie Woogie Corp. (official festival shirts, cowboy and trucker hats and other gear) and other vendors; sidewalk sale in downtown Marshall and other events - go check out all that Marshall has to offer!  We also will have Dale Watson's live chicken bingo.  More info on bingo can be found here (parental discretion advised!).

Can I bring a lawn chair? How about a cooler or a popup canopy?

Please bring your lawn chairs as this is an outdoor, open air event!  If this is inconvenient or you forget, chairs will be available for purchase at the event.   A variety of food and beverages (nonalcoholic and alcoholic) will be available at the event, and coolers and popups will not be allowed in the venue (we want to keep the views of the stage and grounds unobstructed). 

Where is the best place to park?

Parking is available at Craig Furniture and Appliances, located at 303 W. Grand Avenue (this is right at the venue).  Parking also available at Harrison Country Appraisal District, located at 201 W. Grand Avenue (also right at the venue).  There also will be street parking available near the event, and parking lots are available downtown south on Washington Avenue near the beautiful courthouse and north on Washington Avenue near the historic Depot. 

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