Sunday, March 25, 2018
10 am - 5 pm
Miller Hill and Jones Reflection Pool
Experience the fifth annual Hermann Park Conservancy Kite Festival on Sunday, March 25!
On this day, thousands of Houstonians from every part of the city converge on Miller Hill to fly kites of all shapes and colors.
The FREE festival, chaired by Morgan Garvey, Molly Neff, and Linsay Radcliffe, also offers entertainment, interactive activities and crafts in the H-E-B Kids’ Zone, friendly kite flying, face painting, food trucks, and much more!
Kite Festival is rain or shine.
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Anjali Center for Performing Arts
Bubble Parties of Texas
Color Bursting Hermann Park
The Heights Funk Collective
HSPVA Young Performers
Lone Star Flight Museum
Louis and Noe Acoustic
The Orange Show Center for Visionary Art
South Houston Area Recreational Kiteflyers
Texas Johnny Boy
TSU Ocean of Soul
Writers in the Schools
How do I get to Kite Festival? What's there to do? And will there be food? Find out the answer to these questions and more by taking a look at our Kite Festival frequently asked questions!
For further information contact Gabriel Durham at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kite Festival brings together Houston's diverse community in a truly amazing way for a fun-filled day in Hermann Park, one of the city's most historic and treasured greenspaces. Help Hermann Park Conservancy bring its largest community event to life by becoming a sponsor! Levels and benefits range and there are many ways to get involved, providing a wide range of opportunities to promote your company and show your support for the Conservancy. In-Kind sponsorship opportunities are also available.
Learn more about becoming a sponsor here.
This beloved community event is largely supported by generous donations from Host Committee members. Host Committee donors at the $500-$1,000 level will be given passes to the VIP tent, catered by Houston’s own Underbelly! Host Committee members will also receive reserved parking, a kite, and will be recognized on signage displayed throughout the festival as well as in the Conservancy publications.
From community partners to performers and volunteers, there are many ways companies, organizations and individuals can help make Kite Festival a success.
Performances and participants are subject to change without notice.