The World’s Largest Tiny Open House is Coming to Austin

Show will feature local industry leaders, Austin artists and other tiny attractions.

Downsizing, rising property taxes, the desire for a smaller footprint — no matter what the reason is for going small, tiny living can have big payoffs.
The Tiny House & Simple Living Jamboree pulls into the Travis County Exposition Center August 23-25 for a jam-packed weekend of events celebrating this growing trend. 

Touted as the world's largest tiny living expo, the jamboree also marks the state's first-ever convention dedicated to small dwellings. On August 7, organizers revealed the full lineup featuring Austin-based vendors, a live art installation, a food showcase, and even a tiny dentist. (We're chomping at the bit to hear more about this one.)

Local jamboree vendors ATX Tiny Casas, Volstrukt, Beaver Boxes, Growing Tiny Texas, and Tiny Dome Homes will offer demos and tours of spaces as small as 200 square feet. More than 60 structures will be on display, ranging from houses on wheels, park models, school bus conversions, towable trailers, as well as modular and manufactured homes. The indoor show floor will display tiny living products including furniture and décor.

Downsizing, rising property taxes, the desire for a smaller footprint — no matter what the reason is for going small, tiny living can have big payoffs. The Tiny House & Simple Living Jamboree pulls into the Travis County Exposition Center August 23-25 for a jam-packed weekend of events celebrating this growing trend. 

Touted as the world's largest tiny living expo, the jamboree also marks the state's first-ever convention dedicated to small dwellings. On August 7, organizers revealed the full lineup featuring Austin-based vendors, a live art installation, a food showcase, and even a tiny dentist. (We're chomping at the bit to hear more about this one.)

Local jamboree vendors ATX Tiny Casas, Volstrukt, Beaver Boxes, Growing Tiny Texas, and Tiny Dome Homes will offer demos and tours of spaces as small as 200 square feet. More than 60 structures will be on display, ranging from houses on wheels, park models, school bus conversions, towable trailers, as well as modular and manufactured homes. The indoor show floor will display tiny living products including furniture and décor.

The Tiny House & Simple Living Jamboree pulls into the Travis County Exposition Center August 23-25 for a jam-packed weekend of events celebrating this growing trend. 

Tickets can be purchased at TinyHouseJamboree.com/Buy-Tickets.