Centennial Plaza, 301 W. Bagdad Street in downtown Round Rock, TX
Friday, October 5
5:00pm – 9:30pm
Saturday, October 6
9:00am – 9:30pm
Chalk Walk Festival 2018
The Chalk Walk Festival is Round Rock’s largest festival for the arts drawing tens of thousands of people to downtown Round Rock over the course of two days. The highlight of the event are the hundreds of artists who showcase their amazing talents by creating beautiful sidewalk murals. In addition to the sidewalk chalk murals, the Chalk Walk Festival will showcase tons of local artists and artisans, community performers, non-profits, and businesses. PLUS, this year we will be rolling out new children’s activities in the Sprouts Kids Zone, youth performances on the School of Rock stages, and a concert on Friday AND Saturday night!
Interested In Participating In Chalk Walk 2018?
The Chalk Walk Festival is a celebration of our chalk artists and they continue to be our inspiration and motivation for this tremendous event.
In addition to our chalk artists, the Chalk Walk Festival is a celebration of our local artists – apply today and showcase your work to thousands of people!
What would a community arts festival be without delicious food? We’d love to have you join us and feed our starving artists.
The Chalk Walk Festival would not be possible without the support, both financial and in-kind, of our community sponsors. PLUS, you get exposure to over 40,000 people over the course of two days. There’s no bigger or better event in Round Rock to promote your business.
Become a sponsor and you help make the arts possible in Round Rock!
Spread the word about your non-profit at the largest arts festival in greater Round Rock!
Chalk Walk is powered by Round Rock Arts and community volunteers. Join our team!
We welcome applications from musicians, theatre, dance, and comedy acts.
This is for individuals representing firms and companies specializing in art (visual or performing) who do not construct the major portion of their product. The focus is on mass production, such as prints of animals sold in storefronts or online through corporations or consolidators like Amazon, mass produced paintings with hand placed painting enhancements to add a custom painted look, art supplies, music supplies and instruction, for profit music and art schools, etc.