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Fun Fun Fun Fest

How to Earn Love and Win Fans With Non-Traditional Marketing

Stephanie Keller | Posted 01.31.2014 | Entertainment
Stephanie Keller

Acts like Slayer, Sarah Silverman and Snoop Dogg headlined the event geared towards a niche crowd that's generally passionate about independent music, cross-genre legendary talent and discovering acts before they potentially hit the mainstream circuit.

F1 Comes to Austin: For Fans Still Hard to Define and Find, There Is, for Real, a Fan Fest

Phil West | Posted 01.16.2013 | Entertainment
Phil West

The Austin Fan Fest is, frankly, puzzling if not downright alarming for Austinites not used to all this flash. In fact, there's a popular city slogan, "Keep Austin Weird," indicivative of the civic pride bound up in being eclectic and eccentric.

Fun Fun Fun Fest 2012: Year of the RUN-D.M.C Reunion and the Taco Cannon

Stephanie Keller | Posted 01.12.2013 | Entertainment
Stephanie Keller

The most hyped show of the weekend, RUN-D.M.C's reunion after 13 years, provided an instant time warp to the '80s and access to an experience I never thought would be mine.

Fun Fun Fun Fest In Photos

Mark R. Collins | Posted 01.10.2012 | Home
Mark R. Collins

For three days and nights Austin belonged to Fun Fun Fun Fest. The little festival that could outdid itself once again, bringing together a combination of indie up-and-comers with industry giants.

A Guide to Fun Fun Fun Fest

Mark R. Collins | Posted 01.02.2012 | Home
Mark R. Collins

In only its sixth year, Fun Fun Fun has emerged as one of the most forward-thinking festivals in the country, combining rock, comedy, metal, hip-hop and more into one easy to digest entertainment experience.

Dynamic Personality and Differentiating the Brand: A Social Media and Event Marketing Case Study

Stephanie Keller | Posted 11.08.2011 | Entertainment
Stephanie Keller

Where most events handle their audience with kid gloves, Fun Fun Fun Fest banks on a more casual, bantering, personal vibe by way of original creative content and a stream of consciousness voice that sounds much more like a human than a marketing strategy.