People, get ready for the best San Jacinto Night yet! 2017 will be our 10th(!!!) year and it’s going to knock your socks off!
We’ll be at the incredible Brazos Hall at 204 E 4th St in Downtown Austin. It’s an incredible venue with an open-air upper deck for dancing and lounging. This one is going to sell out for sure so check back for ticket sales and hotel reservation options.
See you Friday, April 14th!
What is San Jacinto Night?
San Jacinto Night is a fundraiser for the Austin Fire Museum. It’s a modern version of San Jacinto Day celebrations that began in 1871. We are breathing new life into a dormant tradition in the Austin Fire Department and want you to help us make it bigger and better than it ever was!
How do I get to San Jacinto Night?
Buy your tickets ASAP! We sell out every year and there are no tickets sold at the door. You have two options: Catch one of our ticket sellers when they stop by the fire station. You can pay by cash or check. Museum Members get $5 off per ticket for up to 2 tickets! (Become a Museum Member by signing up for Payroll Deductions)
OR Click on the button to the right of your screen (when it becomes available) to buy your tickets through PayPal.
Why should I go to San Jacinto Night?
It’s a rebirth of one of the Austin Fire Department’s oldest traditions. It’s a night we honor those firefighters that have gone above and beyond the call of duty. It’s a chance to relax and catch up with old friends. It’s a night to enjoy delicious food, listen to great music and create new traditions. Just ask anyone who has joined us in years past: It’s a blast!
How can I help out?
We are always looking for people who are willing to lend us a hand. Please contact Heath Haddock to find out how you can join us.
Key contacts for SJN. These are the people who make it all happen!
- Lyzz Donelson – Executive Planning Committee Chair
- Kristi Kessler – Logistics / Design
- Michelle Caldwell – Tickets / Front Door
- Liz Yankiver – Silent Auction
- Josh Donelson – MC
- Coitt Kessler – Entertainment
- Josh Miller – Museum
- Kevin Kalmus -