January 28-29, 2023

Frequently Asked Questions

• Are meals and lodging included in the tickets?

Meals and lodging are not included in the student, general admission, or one-day convention tickets. Lodging options are available to add to your convention ticket on the registration page. Coffee and water will be available throughout the convention and there will be ample time during breaks to grab lunch from the numerous nearby Austin eateries!

• What do we do for meals?

Concession stands at the Convention Center will be open for purchasing snacks and food. In addition, you will have plenty of time to grab lunch on Saturday from nearby Austin eateries like Iron Works BBQ, Downtown Burgers, Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken, and Moonshine Grill.

• Can I walk to the Texas March for Life?

Yes! The 13th and Brazos starting location is about a mile from the Austin Convention Center. If you would rather drive to the March starting location, there are parking options at the Capitol Visitors Garage and at other parking garages north of the Capitol Visitors Garage between San Jacinto and Trinity streets.

• Are children able to come?

Yes, children may accompany you to the Convention! Adolescents in 7th grade and older should buy a student ticket, but those in 6th grade and below can attend for free. 

• Can I get a group discount if my church or school comes?

Yes, group discounts are available for groups of 10 or more. Please email [email protected] to request a group discount.

• Is the hotel within walking distance if I get a ticket with lodging?

Yes, the hotel is half a mile from the convention center, a walk of about 10-15 minutes.

• Are there parking options at the Austin Convention Center (ACC)?

Yes, there are two parking garages the ACC recommends for attendees. The garage at 601 East 5th Street has a flat parking rate of $15 per car on Saturday and has hourly parking rates on Sunday. The garage at 201 East 2nd Street has hourly parking rates but does NOT accept cash. View more about Convention Center parking here.

• What is the VIP prayer breakfast?

This is an optional breakfast Sunday morning at 7:30 a.m. with delicious food as Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life and Pastor Dave Welch, Executive Direct of the U.S. Pastor Council, pray over the movement and discuss the role of the church in the culture and the fight to protect innocent human life.

To attend this breakfast, simply purchase a “VIP Prayer Breakfast” ticket. Please note this does not include admission to the convention.