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The 2018 Llano Earth Art Festival and World Rock Stacking Championships are March 9-12 at Grenwelge Park on the Llano River.
More than 6,000 spectators are expected to fill the city of Llano for rock stacking, rock balancing, music, arts, crafts, and dancing all weekend long.
People from across the country and around the world come to participate, compete, and simply have fun.

Music is scheduled all day Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. See the lineup of artists and musicians for 2018 LEAF. Workshops on Friday and Saturday offer insight to a number of skills. See the list of scheduled workshops.

The competition is friendly in the rock-stacking categories: Tallest Rock Stack, Best Rock Balancer, Best Rock Arch Builder, Most Artistic Rock Stack Design, and new in 2018 Quantity of Rocks Stacked. Individual and team competitions will be held.
Rock-stacking competition will be two days this year. Height and balance competitions will be held Saturday, March 10. Artistic, arch, and quantity competitions will be Sunday, March 11.
View rock-stacking rules and the competition waiver form.

This year’s event requires a ticket to enter. Tickets are $10 in advance for the entire weekend, and $15 at the gate. Children ages 15 and younger are admitted free when accompanied by a parent. Purchase LEAF tickets online.
The workshops on Friday and Saturday during the festival are included in the admission ticket. This year there are a couple of workshops on Monday and Tuesday that require additional ticket purchase.
Camping is available during the festival. Tent camping is $20 and car camping is $30 for the weekend. Make camping reservations and find more information online.

Rooms near Llano are booked well in advance of the Llano Earth Art Festival. Use the map feature on our Where to Stay Guide or search our Highland Lakes Reservations Page to find area lodging.

Register to volunteer in order for LEAF to be a successful festival. Shifts are four hours each, and volunteers must be at least 18 years old. Volunteer applications are open through March 1. View the volunteer application online.