Keep Austin Weird
It partnership with Keep Austin Weird®, Forefront Networks was tasked with producing a crawfish boil at Austin's own Fiesta Gardens. The event needed to curate locally from the finest and brightest chefs, musicians, personalities and businesses, spreading our city's culture, creativity and philanthropy to all.
The day featured live musical performances starting at 11 a.m. from a variety of artists including: indie rock artist Zach Person; up and coming Americana singer – and grandson of songwriter Terry Allen – Calder Allen; blues, funk and soul artist Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears, Americana/soul band The Watters, and electric New Orleans-style band, Gumbo Ya Ya. In addition, the Keep Austin Weird® Snap ‘N Twist Crawfish Boil featured a cornhole tournament, yard games, an artisan marketplace, crawfish-eating contests, and themed photo opps for guests enjoyment.
The event raised awareness and funds for Good Work Austin, a socially responsible community of local businesses invested in creating good jobs for all workers, ensuring a quality workplace, and supporting and amplifying the voices of like-minded businesses.