T-Squared: This year’s Texas Tribune Festival is Sept. 21-23
Texas and America are at a pivotal moment. With the 2024 elections looming, we have a cornucopia of talks and ideas planned.
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Save the date: The 13th annual Texas Tribune Festival — our signature annual ideas gathering featuring big names from politics, policy and the media — will unfold over three days this September. We hope that you’ll mark your calendars to join us Sept. 21-23.
Plan for a jampacked opening-night session on Thursday, Sept. 21, at Austin’s historic Paramount Theatre. We’re planning a full schedule all over downtown Austin on Friday the 22nd and Saturday the 23rd. TribFeast, our dinner fundraiser to support our nonprofit newsroom, will be Friday night, Sept. 22.
Working with our founding CEO, Evan Smith, we’re planning a rich program that will cover major issues facing Texas and America: school choice, reproductive rights, climate change, the affordability crisis, housing, growth, infrastructure, the future of the workplace, the changing demographics of America, the war in Ukraine and more. We’ll take a look back at the 2023 legislative session and look ahead to the 2024 elections.
We can’t wait to see y’all for TribFest in six months. And if you can’t wait until then, join us at an upcoming Tribune event.
Disclosure: Paramount Theatre has been a financial supporter of The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan news organization that is funded in part by donations from members, foundations and corporate sponsors. Financial supporters play no role in the Tribune's journalism. Find a complete list of them here.
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