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An All-You-Can-Eat Crawfish Festival Is Coming To Houston This Spring

Colby Smith Colby Smith

An All-You-Can-Eat Crawfish Festival Is Coming To Houston This Spring

This food festival is about to get cray.

Crawfish season is almost upon us. Start with a bang at the 6th annual Bigass Crawfish Bash in Houston on April 4. This epic food festival gives you the opportunity to eat all the crawfish that your little claws can peel. Bring the baby wipes, because this festival is going to get messy.

Photo courtesy of BACB’s website

To give you an idea of the scale, the Bigass Crawfish Bash set a Guinness World Record in 2017 for the largest serving of crawfish in 8 hours. That number was over 58,000 pounds! On April 4th, the Bigass Crawfish Bash is returning for the 6th year in a row to share their massive catch with an expected 20,000 Houstonians.

Photo courtesy of BACB’s website

The festival will feature a cookoff between over 80 different cook teams, live music, a kid zone, Veteran VIP tent, and (I can’t stress this enough) all the crawfish you can eat. It’s a family-friendly event that permits free entrance to children under 10.

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Photo courtesy of BACB’s website

Proceeds from this all-day event presented by the non-profit corporation, BCBF, Inc., will benefit the charities Camp Hope, Texas Special Olympics, and local Education Foundations.

Photo courtesy of BACB’s website

Practical information

April 4, 2020
$20 Presale Tickets
$35 At the gate
Free for kids 10 and under
$10 Premium parking inside Gulf Greyhound lot
Shuttle service prices vary by location

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