Impressive one-acre outdoor space, over 250 parking spaces, proximity to Austin's top attractions, and an aesthetic that strikes the perfect balance between traditional and contemporary.
The perfect recipe for an event that’s sure to wow your guests.
Our team is prepared to accomplish it all. That’s how we built Springdale Station into what it is today: Austin’s go-to urban event venue that provides high-quality services, personalized experiences, awe-inspiring backdrops, and ample space so you can effortlessly host the most important people in your life.
Wanting to impress your new boss by organizing a buzz-worthy event
Looking for a wedding venue that’s as dynamic as you and your partner
Hosting a nonprofit gala that needs to leave a lasting impression on your patrons
Throwing a never-been-done-before party of a lifetime
We understand it's challenging to find a team you can trust with your important event. Because of this, we offer a complimentary soft hold for your big day so you can get to know us, the venue, and the surrounding area better. We also encourage all of our prospective guests to visit our venue so you can get familiar with our team and how our space can creatively accommodate your vision.
Springdale Station offers over an acre of outdoor space, 4,300 square feet of wide-open indoor space, two private dressing suites, plentiful furniture to choose from, and over 250 spaces for parking. Pair that with exquisite architecture such as exposed wood trusses, floor-to-ceiling windows, custom lighting options, and rustic wood floors — and you’ll have everything you need to craft an unforgettable night.
If you’re an Austinite history buff, you may recognize our venue as the acclaimed train depots, Boone Station and Pine Street Station, from the early 1900s. In 2016, Springdale Station's founders, Moya and Colin McIntrye, opened the venue and married the two historic stations together shortly after to give it new life and a fresh identity, while paying homage to its roots.
We know that coordinating an event is a huge undertaking, especially when you already have a long list of to-dos. That’s why we take the stress off of planning when you choose our Turnkey service. This allows you to sit back, relax, and concentrate on what matters most while we take care of the organizing for you.
Being a team of event-planning professionals and artists, we prioritize finding and working with vendors who are not only excellent at their craft but also ones who push the bounds of their creativity that results in an event that is truly one-of-a-kind.
At Springdale Station, we offer two options that we’ve found give our clients the flexibility and ease they need to plan an event of a lifetime.
With the DIY option, our venue is available for your complete customization because we know sometimes our clients have a specific vision in mind. If this is you, this option allows you to personalize your event design by selecting from our list of preferred vendors. While we don’t require you to use vendors from our list, we highly recommend using them since all have been hand-selected by our expert team so you can rest assured knowing you’ll be working with some of the best vendors in Austin. They are also very familiar with our venue so there will be no surprises and they can be trusted to turn your dream event into reality. If you’d like to request a vendor who is not listed below, please email us and we’d love to talk with you! Our furniture is also available for rent.
This option is best for those who need more direction and guidance. Having worked in the industry for many years, we know which details can make or break your wedding or event, and so we aim to alleviate the pressure and overwhelm by providing you with this turnkey package. Included in this option are catering, event coordination, floral, bar, and any other management that’s necessary to bring your vision to life!
Catering + Bar
Royal Fig Catering
Lucy’s Fried Chicken
3 Of Cups Events
XO Moreau Weddings
Blue Sparrow Events
clay + vine events
Photography + Videography
Holly Marie Photography
Paige Vaughn Photo
Nikk Nguyen Photo
Lisa Hause Photography
The Photo Bus ATX
Floral + Decor
Stems Floral Design
Pop & Drop ATX
Sweet Treets Bakery
Feathers & Frosting
word of mouth bakery
Party at the moontower
The Music Coordinator
Jon Klekman Jazz Trio
Infinity Sound Lab
I do! Weddings
ATX Classic Cars
A Curtis Live Painting
Austin Area Weddings
Design to Flourish
green girl design co
bonnie burke weddings
Roam and co
Amy's ice cream
Bonnie Burke Photo, Holly Marie Photography, Christin & Chris Photography
Ben morgan, pianist
Austin wedding planners
Originally from Hammond, Louisiana, Moya moved to Austin in 1994 to attend U.T. and never looked back. After graduating with a degree in Business and Spanish literature, she founded and grew Khabele School (now named Headwaters). This experience equipped her with the skills needed to become a proficient entrepreneur and she went on to start and grow businesses all around Austin. She also learned how to organize, plan, and execute prominent events — skills that would prove beneficial later.
Her successful business endeavors led her to what is now Springdale Station. At the time though, the station was sitting empty on a piece of beautiful land. Moya, inspired by the gorgeous historic relic, raised the capital and transformed the station into a wedding and event venue. She and her now-husband, Colin McIntyre, even married at the station during construction before it was open to the public! Both avid artists, she and Colin also own and operate the adjacent Dimension Gallery and the Dimension Sculpture Park.
Moya’s unique perspective and connection with the venue guides her on how she runs the station. She wanted to create a venue that was stunning, professional, and soulful. A full calendar and extremely satisfied clients are proof that her vision has become a reality.
Colin grew up in College Station in a family of scientists that nurtured his passion for art. Following his dream, he became a successful studio artist for two decades, creating art for well-known private collections and Austin’s prolific public art program. His art is immediately recognizable, which incorporates sci-fi-inspired themes like imagined plant and marine life.
After marrying his sweetheart, Moya (at Springdale Station!), he helped her with all the artistic elements such as building wedding arches, creative entryway signs, custom lighting, and hand-crafted furniture. In 2018, he joined the team full-time since the business was ramping up. Colin now creatively weaves his love of botany and art into the business. He not only took over A/V support but he’s also the master behind Springdale Station’s notable landscape and floral designs.
As you walk around the indoor and outdoor spaces at Springdale Station, you’ll see his craftsmanship everywhere. And if you come to a wedding, we know his unique floral installations will dazzle you.
Hannah is one of those rare people born and raised in Austin — a real local Austinite. At 13 years old, she met Moya at The Khabele School. Little did they know they would run Austin’s hidden diamond venue together years later. After studying at St. Edward’s, Hannah started her career as a manager at a local arts and crafts center. She focused on organizing and marketing art workshops, art shows, and classes. At the same moment Hannah left the job to look for a new opportunity to expand on her skills, Moya was looking for a venue manager. They reconnected and Hannah became a full-time team member.
Hannah proved to be an imperative asset to the team — mastering floor plans and event design, garnering vendor relationships, and providing event support are just a few of her specialties. Our clients regularly tell us and write reviews about how Hannah absolutely went above and beyond to make their event perfect.
Just like Moya and Colin, Hannah got married at the station in early 2020. With this real and personal experience, Hannah puts her heart into her work and our clients feel the difference — she is someone who truly extends all of her support to make her clients’ experiences one-of-a-kind.