FPSF 2017

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Jun 03 - Jun 04 2017

Houston, Texas (Eleanor Tinsley Park)

$148 (GA); $250 (VIP)

FPSF is an annual two-day music festival held in Houston, Texas at Buffalo Bayou’s Eleanor Tinsley Park. Other activities include fireworks, interactive art installations, a paint slide, music workshops, a 30-foot water wall and an off-site after party.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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