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In 2006, Fun Fun Fun Fest booked its first set of acts in downtown Austin and it didn't take long for it to become the darling of independent festivals for music lovers and music makers in the United States. Throughout the years, Fun Fun Fun Fest has become renowned for its musical lineup, as well as its collection of comedy, food, action sports, and poster art experiences.

Now in it's ninth year and recognized as one of the most relaxed, creative, and pioneering festivals in music today, Fun Fun Fun Fest is custom booked for the most passionate, underground, and progressive musicians, comedians and fans around the world.

When will tickets be shipped out?
FFF9 tickets will start shipping out the first week of October 2014. To check your order status, please login to your account at http://funfunfunfest.queueapp.com/.
What if I need to change my shipping address?
Contact Queue at support@queueapp.com for all shipping address changes.
Do kids get into Fun Fun Fun Fest for free?
Children under 10 years of age will be allowed in free of charge. Children 10 years of age and over will need to purchase a ticket.
Will there be a secure place at Auditorium Shores to park my bike?
Yes, we will have a few large bike valet areas close to the front gate. We encourage people to ride bikes or carpool to reduce traffic congestion in Austin during the fest.
Can I bring a water bottle or Thermos to the fest?
Yes, but it must be empty when you come through the gates. NO GLASS BOTTLES.
I won tickets to Fun Fun Fun Fest, how do I redeem the tickets?
All tickets that were won as prizes or giveaways will be picked up at the will call box office on the day of fest. You will need to bring a valid ID with the winner’s name on it.
Is Friday a FULL day of FFF or just a kick off party?
Friday at Fun Fun Fun Fest is a FULL day of fest. All stages will be hopping and all vendors will be there for the whole day.
What's up with FFF Nites?
Nites shows and lineup will be announced closer to the fest. Secret shows are secret so don’t ask.
Have another question regarding Fun Fun Fun Fest?
For all questions please email support@queueapp.com.
Press Inquiries:
William Mills / Giant Noise
will@giantnoise.com
512-382-9017
  1. Phillip avatar

    On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 8:37 PM, Phillip said:

    "Trick R Treat" had a big push from the online horror blog community, but I don't recall it getting a ton of love through more trad social media sites. I definitely agree that it's much harder to suppress things in this day and age. I remember when Prince's "Black" album was one of those "urban-legend" type of things: that would never happen nowadays.

  2. Tetsujin 28-go avatar

    On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 7:14 PM, Tetsujin 28-go said:

    Yeah, I agree, "Trick r Treat" deserved a wider release.

  3. Jesse24 avatar

    On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 2:13 PM, Jesse24 said:

    Was that pre or post all this social media and shite? Reason I ask is now the "man" has a harder time because once it hits those sites things go viral and then its out of control.

  4. Phillip avatar

    On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 1:35 PM, Phillip said:

    It reminds me of what happened to the indie horror film "Trick R Treat." The film had tremendous pre-release buzz and a huge built-in audience. Reviews were through the roof and everyone in the horror community was impatiently waiting for the thing to go to theatres. The Weinstein brothers, however, ended up having a beef with the filmmakers and decided to squash the film. Since there was a clause in the filmmakers' contracts that stipulated the film must go to theatres, the Weinsteins released it to about five theaters in podunk towns spread across the U.S. It (obviously) died an inglorious death at the box office and ended up (essentially) going straight to DVD. The film is absolutely amazing, easily the best anthology horror film ever. Because of a beef between the behind-the-scenes folks, however, very few people will ever know about it. The Establishment has, unfortunately, a long history of stomping down hard on the little people to make a point.