AUSTIN, Texas—From hats to hair to attitudes, everything’s bigger in Texas. YNOT Party Austin (YP), taking place Nov. 14-17 deep in the heart of the Lone Star State, will demonstrate the fun is big, too.
“The schedule is jam-packed,” said YNOT co-owner Jay Kopita. “In addition to getting an insider’s look at Texas’s historic capital city, attendees will visit Austin’s justifiably famous 6th Street, taste some seriously awesome food and craft beer, and experience an authentic honky-tonk. There’s world-class live entertainment at every venue. This will be one epic party.”
YNOT Party is designed to mix relaxation with rowdiness, showing off Austin’s legendary culture, cuisine and entertainment. Among the famous locations on the agenda are Maggie Mae’s, Buffalo Billiards and the Little Longhorn Saloon, all of which have stellar reputations. Hundreds of thousands of people visit them every year during the music and movie festival SXSW, for good reason. The YP host hotel, the world-renowned 1886 Driskill, is luxurious and truly Texas.
“As an Austinite, I can tell you everything on the schedule is something you don’t want to miss,” Kopita said. “Austin rivals Los Angeles as the Mecca of the international entertainment world but with less traffic, pollution and wannabes.”
Thanks to the generosity of sponsors ClickCash, Affil4You, Priority Payout, AW Summit, and Austin-based Fleshlight and Vacares, the attendance fee is a low $189 person. A limited number of passes may be available at the door for $219, but waiting to register is risky, Kopita said.
“I can’t stress that enough,” he noted. “Register early to guarantee a spot at the lowest rate. This will be the kind of event you just don’t see in the industry anymore.”
For more information and to register, visit YNOTPartyAustin.com.