THE WOODLANDS, TX - On March 29, the 2014 Woodlands CrawPHish Festival will be held at Town Green Park from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Bring family and friends to celebrate this event complete with live music, delicious crawfish, and lots of fun activities while raising funds and awareness to help find a cure for Pulmonary Hypertension.

The annual event to raise awareness for PH started back in 1999 by Jack Stibbs, a resident of The Woodlands. Stibbs knows all too well the seriousness of the condition and the importance of detecting PH early on. His daughter was diagnosed with Pulmonary Hypertension as a young child and was told she would not live to the age of five.

Stibbs started raising money for the Pulmonary Hypertension Association by hosting a golf tournament each year. Then, the Louisiana native had an idea to bring an authentic crawfish festival to The Woodlands.

Now, The Woodlands CrawPHish Festival grows exponentially each year. At this weekend's event, a record attendance of 4000 people is expected with an estimated 2.5 tons of crawfish that will be consumed. At the event, patrons will have a choice of either a plate of crawfish, potatoes, corn and jambalaya, or Rudy's BBQ.

While eating authentic, Louisiana crawfish, people can enjoy live music throughout the day. This year's headline performer will be Kyle Park, a country singer and songwriter from Austin, Texas.

There will also be plenty of activities for the children with an expanded kids area. Tickets purchased before the event are available for $25, or $15 for ages 8-12. Admission includes one plate of food and two beverages. Non-alcoholic beverages will be served, as well as alcoholic beverages for those who are 21 and over, with a choice of beer, wine or Black Iguana frozen margaritas.


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