Kyle Field Day (KFD) is a one day service event held in the concourse of the one and only Kyle Field. For the past 10 years, thousands of participants and hundreds of organizations have come together for a one day event serving not only the Bryan/College Station community, but also communities across the state and further!

This year, Kyle Field Day will be held on the NE corner of Kyle Field on April 11th, 2021 from 12pm-3pm. There will be 22 service projects present that will be hosted by organizations from across the Bryan/College Station area and beyond. Entry is free, and volunteers of all ages are welcome to come out and #shareyourservice. Come for the food trucks and live entertainment, and stay for the opportunity to take part in service.

Stay up to date with what Kyle Field Day is doing by following our social media accounts! @kylefieldday on Instagram and Kyle Field Day on Facebook.

Kyle Field Day Entertainment 2021
12:10 – 12:25 pm Ballet Folklorico Celestial performs on plaza
12:30 – 1:15 pm Oliver Penn performs on plaza
12:45 – 1:05pm Apotheosis performs in concourse
1:15 – 1:30 pm Aggie Wranglers perform on plaza
1:30 – 2:15 pm Luna Luna performs on plaza
2:05 – 2:25 pm Femmatas performs in concourse
2:20 – 2:40 pm Maroon Prestige performs on plaza
2:40 – 3:00 pm Aggieland Mariachi performs on plaza
Participating Organizations for KFD 2021
Medical Bridges LGBTQ Aggies
Mobility WorldwideBrazos Valley RISE with The Women’s Bakery
Save Our Streets Ministries Engineers Without Borders (EWB)
BUILD Starlight Aggies
Morph ChildreNiños Bilingual Education
Aggie Fish Club (AFC) MSC Hospitality
LEIAS Isaiah’s Place
Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network Aggies For Limbs
Creating Optimistic Outlooks on Learning Howdy Farm
Progressively Reaching Excellence in Professionalism (PREP) Aggieland Growing Through Selfless Service (AGSS)
Freshman Leaders Advancing in Service and Honor (FLASH) Freshmen Leading in Acceptance, Kindness and Equality (FLAKE)

The service done at KFD can be broken down into two types of projects, booth projects and anchor projects. Booth projects are smaller-scale, with examples being crafting ornaments or making blankets. Anchor projects are larger-scale, with examples being painting a picnic table or putting together a doghouse. Past KFDs have included live music, appearances from special guests such as Yell Leaders and Reveille, food trucks, and other activities to guarantee a day full of service and fun. The Kyle Field Day experience is one you won’t forget!