While Austin is known for playing host to some of the most famous music and film festivals in the world, the ATX Television Festival is a one-of-a-kind festival experience.
ATX Television Festival is a celebration of all things television from its history, to where it is now, and where it's headed. Festival attendees will have the opportunity to interact with writers, directors, actors, showrunners, casting directors, and studio executives involved in all stages of bringing some of the most popular shows to ever hit the small screen.
ATX Television Festival will screen past and current shows, classic shows, fan favorites, never aired pilots, and favorites that were canceled too soon. Attendees will experience the functionality of a traditional film festival with screenings in various venues followed by Q&A sessions with cast and crew, panels, parties, live music, social media events, and secret happy hours.
Badges are now on sale but are available in limited quantities. Get yours now!
Click here to check out some of the highlights from last year's festivities!
A very special thanks to Southwest Airlines, the official airline of ATX Television Festival.
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