Weekly Workouts at Waterloo Return this Spring!

A lush oasis for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages, Waterloo Park provides 11 acres of green space in the heart of downtown Austin. The revitalized park opened in August 2021 and has quickly become a top destination for outdoor activities, fitness classes, events, and much more.

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Pop-Up Picnic 2023 Recap

Thank you to everyone who joined our 11th Annual Pop-Up Picnic Presented by Siete Foods! On Saturday, April 1, 2023, over 3,000 Austinites gathered at Moody Amphitheater at Waterloo Park to enjoy incredible food and live music by DJ Hexum and The Motts, all while supporting our vision for a boundless 35-acre public park system in the […]

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Phase II Meet the Contractor Virtual Meeting April 18

The next phase of Waterloo Greenway, The Confluence, will connect 4th Street to Lady Bird Lake in collaboration with the City of Austin and construction partner, Jay-Reese Contractors.  Join us for a virtual meeting before construction begins this spring! Tuesday, April 18, 20236:00 PM About The ConfluenceExtensive work will include creek reconstruction to stabilize eroded slopes, creating habitats […]

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SEEING BEES art installation coming to Waterloo Park April 23 — May 21

SEEING BEES, a free outdoor art installation featuring the artwork of world-renowned photographer Dan Winters, will be on display at Waterloo Park starting April 23 through May 2023. The exhibition will be open daily during park hours. The exhibition is free to the public and engaging for all ages.  With a sharp eye for the […]

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Ghost Line X at Waterloo Park

April 15, 2023
Moody Amphitheater

Rolling Ryot presents Ghost Line X, an immersive sound and light experience.

Ghost Line X is a massive, 15-channel, immersive sound art project that investigates the creative potential of sound in motion.

This unique motion-through-space experience moves linearly from one channel to the next across fifteen large speakers arranged linearly across 300-feet.

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Free Community Programs Return to Waterloo Park this Spring

Free Family-Friendly Events Include Healthy Living, Arts & Culture, and Educational Activities Today Waterloo Greenway announces the return of its weekly series of no-cost family-friendly community programs at Waterloo Park this spring, in collaboration with other Austin-based organizations, artists and performers. Located in the heart of downtown Austin along a restored Waller Creek, Waterloo Park […]

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Waterloo Greenway’s Annual Pop-Up Picnic Returns on April 1, 2023

Signature Curated Baskets from Austin’s Top Restaurants Now On Sale AUSTIN, TX – March 6, 2023 – Waterloo Greenway announces the return of its signature Pop-Up Picnic fundraiser on Saturday, April 1 from 6-10PM, supporting its year-round free public programming. Beginning today, supporters can purchase a variety of delicious picnic baskets from beloved Austin restaurants. […]

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Support Waterloo Greenway this Amplify Austin Day

Amplify Austin Day is coming up on March 1-2, 2023! We would be grateful for your support of Waterloo Greenway this Amplify Austin Day. With your generous donations, we will be able to continue the growth of our free programs and events for the entire Austin community. Waterloo Greenway is committed to building community by producing […]

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Waterloo Greenway Now Accepting Ideas for Creek Show 2023

AUSTIN, TX – February 15, 2023 – Coming back for another exciting year, Waterloo Greenway is thrilled to announce the return of its annual Creek Show from November 10 – 18, 2023. Beginning today, local architects, landscape architects, artists, and designers are invited to submit ideas for light-based, site-specific installations in the Creek Show Call […]

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Volunteers Needed for Spring Park Prep at Waterloo Greenway

Springtime is approaching and we need your help to keep Waterloo Park beautiful and thriving! In these hands-on volunteer workshops, you’ll learn how to cut back herbaceous perennials, groundcovers, trees, shrubs, and grasses throughout the park, all while meeting other plant-loving experts and community members. Volunteers will also assist with collecting/spreading seeds throughout the Hill […]

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