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Crawfish and Cory Morrow raise funds during annual CrawPHish Festival

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Presented by BB&T, The Woodlands CrawPHish Festival was held on Saturday, March 25 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Town Green Park in The Woodlands.

The Woodlands CrawPHish Festival was created as a community partnership between the Pulmonary Hypertension Association and The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce. Attendees enjoyed crawfish, BBQ and a variety of refreshments while listening to live music and bands such as Cory Morrow, Zach Coffey, and Zydeco Dots. A designated Kids Zone entertained families with a gigantic crocodile inflatable slide and a variety of activities including a bouncing moonwalk, rock wall, coloring, face painting, cotton candy and more.

Before the event, contestants entered in The Woodlands Crawphish Festival Art Contest where local judges selected the top 3 winners. The winning artwork was printed on the 2017 festival t-shirts and all artwork was displayed on the day of the festival.

Watch what happened LIVE at The Woodlands CrawPHish Festival with Jenny Kelley of Hello Woodlands,‘s Holly Boss and Atom Smasher.

Take a tour of the festival with Hello Woodlands’ Instagram:

View photos and more videos from The Woodlands CrawPHish Festival on the Hello Woodlands Facebook page!

The Festival’s proceeds are used to fund research to help find a cure for pulmonary hypertension. Since its inception in 1999, the local fundraising events have raised over $2M dollars for research. Learn more about the festival at

The Woodlands CrawPHish Festival was sponsored by BB&T, Oceaneering, Newcor, Atlantic Methanol, First American Title, Contractors Building Supply, Stibbs & Co., Diligent Delivery Systems, Abercrombie & Associates PC, Entergy, Spinal Care Chiropractic Center, Waterway Wealth Management and Nat & Ellen Turner. Media Sponsors include Hello Woodlands,, Link Magazine, K Star, and PR Luxury Magazine.

Pulmonary hypertension is a simplified name for a complex health problem: high blood pressure in the lungs that can lead to heart failure. Patients with PH often experience shortness of breath with minimal exertion, chronic fatigue, chest pains and fainting. It is a rare and currently incurable, but increasingly treatable, condition that affects both genders and people of all ages and ethnic backgrounds. New treatments are extending and enhancing the lives of PH patients and further advancement is on the horizon. For more information, go to: