Land at Hobby Airport for food & fun at the 26th annual HobbyFest

Photo courtesy of Hobby Area District

Bring the whole family out to Hobby Airport for fun activities, tasty food, music, and prizes at the free HobbyFest 2018 on Saturday, April 21, 2018, from 10am to 4pm.

Take off for a usually closed-to-the-public section of Hobby Airport for the 26th annual HobbyFest – a lively, free daytime event that’s fun for the whole family.

Guests can enjoy complimentary food and drink (for the first 1,000 attendees) from three Hobby area food trucks, onsite poetry for attendees by the Inprint Poetry Buskers, DJ tunes, and an up close and personal look at both vintage and modern aircraft, emergency vehicles and more.

Everyone will also have a chance to win raffle prizes, including round-trip plane tickets and gift cards and take home goodie bags from vendor booths.

Click here for a complete list of event information.

Photo courtesy of Hobby Area District

Kids’ Fun, Games & Activities

Free activities for the kids include face painting, moonwalks, rock climbing wall, princess makeovers and more.

Boy Scouts will even have the opportunity to acquire a variety of merit badges during the event, including aviation, crime prevention, emergency preparedness, and fire safety & prevention.

This year proceeds from event sponsorships will benefit local students in transportation-related fields.

HobbyFest 2018 will take place rain or shine. But don’t worry if the weather’s not perfect, most activities take place in the shelter of an airplane hangar.

Photo courtesy of Hobby Area District

HobbyFest 2018 at Hobby Airport

  • Date: Saturday, April 21, 2018
  • Time: 10am to 4pm
  • Location: East Ramp at Hobby Airport, 8402 Nelms Street, Houston, TX 77061
  • Parking: On-site parking is available for free. Follow signs in the area.
  • Admission: Free to attend with the donation of a non-perishable food item. Food items will benefit the Hobby Area Rotary Club. Proceeds benefit local students in the form of scholarships applied to their studies in transportation-related fields. After the free food limit has been reached, food trucks will continue to serve food at normal pricing for the remainder of the event. Click here for a complete list of event information.
Photo courtesy of Hobby Area District

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