- How can I volunteer?
- I represent a band (or musical act). How can we perform at Eeyore’s birthday?
- I’m a vendor. How can we participate?
- Can I pass out information or sell anything at your event?
- Can I go topless?
- Can I bring my musical instrument and jam out in the park?
- Can I take pictures and video at the event?
- Can I bring food or drinks?
- Do you have accessible accommodations and transportation?
- Can I bring my favorite pet animal?
- What are the accommodations for bicyclists?
- How do I get to the event and where do I park?
How can I volunteer?
Please sign up for our volunteer mailing list and visit or volunteer page. We also have volunteer meeting throughout the month of April and the meeting information is on our volunteer page.Back to Index
I represent a band (or musical act). How can we perform at Eeyore’s birthday?
Our bands are usually lined up by year’s end. If interested, use our contact page.Back to Index
I’m a vendor. How can we participate?
All our food vendors are 501c3 non-profit organizations. Vendors are typically confirmed by December. We also do not allow anyone to hand out information. If you are a 501c3 non-profit and would like to participate, please leverage our contact page to apply.Back to Index
Can I pass out information or sell anything at your event?
No. Only approved 501c3 non-profit vendors are allowed and no flyers or pamphlets may be distributed to the participants.Back to Index
Can I go topless?
Yes. Texas is one of 36 states that does not forbid toplessness. Austin also doesn’t disallow it. Many attendees choose to paint their breasts in celebration of Eeyore’s birthday. You might be inspired to the do the same. We offer face painting at the event if you find your painting skills are lacking. We also sell pasties for those of us that are more modest.Back to Index
Can I bring my musical instrument and jam out in the park?
Yes. We encourage you to bring your favorite musical instrument(s) and play with others. However, only non-amplified musical instruments are allowed. At the event you will find multiple musical circles of various sizes, and many types of instruments. We encourage you to join in the fun.Back to Index
Can I take pictures and video at the event?
Generally. yes. As long as you are simply walking around taking pictures or video, it is allowed. Please respect the wishes of the birthday participants and ask permission when possible.Back to Index
Can I bring food or drinks?
You may not bring in any alcoholic beverages or glass bottles. Our non-profit vendors sell food at our event and we encourage you to buy food and drink from them. We also sell beer, cider, and non-alcoholic beverages. We have a free water station behind the main stage to refill your empty water bottles. This is a picnic and you are free to bring food for yourself if you so desire. Styrofoam coolers are not allowed in Pease District Park.Back to Index
Do you have accessible accommodations and transportation?
Yes. We have shuttle buses that can accommodate people with various disabilities, and you are encouraged to use those. We also have a few handicap parking spots at the event, but they fill up quickly.Back to Index
Can I bring my favorite pet animal?
Yes, although we encourage you to leave them at home. With the multitudes of attendees and activity, your pet may not enjoy the event as much as you do. All pets need to be on leash. We do allow you to ride our shuttle buses with your well-behaved pets. And remember to keep them hydrated. There is a free watering station behind the main stage; bring a water dish for your pet.Back to Index
What are the accommodations for bicyclists?
Bicycling is encouraged because there is no parking available at the park. Bike racks are provided at the South end of the park near Kingsbury. We do not allow riding your bicycle in the park, but walking it through the park is okay.Back to Index
How do I get to the event and where do I park?
There is no parking at the park. We provide free parking at state lots that have shuttle buses that run every 10 minutes throughout the day. You can also take the bus, ride your bicycle, or walk.Back to Index