Party on the bayou with crawfish, beer & more at Bayou Bash 2016

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Bayou Bash | Photo courtesy of Buffalo Bayou Partnership

Join Buffalo Bayou Partnership’s young professionals group, Bayou Buddies, for an afternoon fête including music, food and outdoor activities on Saturday, April 23, 2016 from noon to 4pm.

Expect live music from Houston’s own Havoc Wagon, plus a comedy show, plenty of crawfish, food and beer.

Dig into crawfish and grab refreshments from Saint Arnold Brewing Co. and Yellow Rose Distilling. And if mudbugs aren’t your thing, there are still plenty of food options, including tamales from Texas Tamale Company, pasta from PIADA Italian Street Food, and sweets from Nothing Bundt Cakes.

There will also be pontoon boat rides, lawn games and PoolKicks. Attendees will also be able to bid on silent auction items that include local dining options, recreational and cultural experiences, and wine tastings.

Picnic blankets are encouraged and dogs are welcome on leashes.

About Buffalo Bayou Partnership

Created in 1986, Buffalo Bayou Partnership is a non-profit organization that was created to transform, revitalize, maintain and activate Houston’s historic waterway. The organization’s geographic focus is the 10-mile stretch of Buffalo Bayou from Shepherd Drive to the Port of Houston Turning Basin.

About Bayou Buddies

Bayou Buddies is an affiliate of Buffalo Bayou Partnership, comprised of young professionals interested in transforming Houston’s significant natural resource into an active and vibrant center, enriching the lives of its residents and attracting visitors from throughout the region and beyond.

Bayou Buddies’ Bayou Bash 2016 at The Water Works

Bayou Bash | Photo courtesy of Buffalo Bayou Partnership
Bayou Bash | Photo courtesy of Buffalo Bayou Partnership

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