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(Houston, Texas – Aug. 2, 2022) – Completing several months of renovation to enhance the visitor experience, Lagoonfest Texas starts August with opening several new amenities, the return of more beachfront and several discount programs offered throughout the month.
“With the expansion of our parking lot completed, we are reopening the southern shore of our lagoon, which doubles the size of both our beaches and swim zones,” said Uri Man, Chief Executive Officer of The Lagoon Development Company. “We are reopening the island area for guests, as well.”
A ribbon cutting is planned at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 7, at the entrance gate.
In addition, Lagoonfest is introducing rooftop cabanas — creating six private rooftop decks for guests that offer all-inclusive packages for food and refreshments.
Officials also announced ‘Teacher Appreciation Month” for the entire month of August — giving two-for-one admission prices that are available at the admission gate for guests who show their school identification. Man said the offer is for any school employee — not just teachers.
The venue is also continuing its “End of Summer Special” that offers late-day guests $15 admission from 4 to 6 p.m. and $10 admission from 6 to 8 p.m.
“Our mini circus events, featuring the second-generation clown Kampanilla — along with beautiful aerialist Marilyn and balance performances by Joel — continue each day through August 14, and we’re excited to soon announce many other upcoming events for people to enjoy at Lagoonfest Texas through the end of summer,” Man said.
For more information about tickets, group pricing and special discounts, visit https://lagoonfesttexas.com/. Children aged 2 are under are admitted free.
Lagoonfest Texas welcomes August with new features, the return of added beachfront and ticket discounts for teachers and others.
About The Lagoon Development Company
The Lagoon Development Company develops, operates and owns the ticketed access component of large-scale crystal clear lagoons for swimming and watersports. The company is responsible for the design, financial feasibility, capitalization, and bottom line profitability of several lagoons in different stages of planning, construction, and operation, including a 2-acre lagoon at Balmoral, the first lagoon to be approved for swimming in the U.S. and a 12-acre lagoon at Lago Mar, the largest in Texas.