Beer and music have always been great together. They practically go hand-in-hand, as seen by the explosion of the popularity of the Untapped Music and Beer Festival. Now, breweries are starting to jump on the same trend. Dogfish Head Brewery has an entire line up of music inspired beers, including: Miles Davis Bitches Brew Imperial Stout and most recently the Grateful Dead American Beauty IPA.
With the successful addition of the CANNED Festival in Denton and Untapped: Houston, the Untapped Festival comes back to the Panther Island Pavilion in Fort Worth this year on March 8th. To date, the 2013 Fort Worth Untapped Festival has been the highest attended event so far in the series, and they don’t plan on slowing down any time soon.
Formerly known as "Dallas Beer Week," the 3rd Annual North Texas Beer Week descends upon us next week. This is the first year that the week-long celebration will be completely run by DFW-based organizers. For an entire week across the entire Metroplex.
Canned Festival, from the same people that brought you Untapped, is happening this Saturday, Oct., 5th, in Williams Square in Downtown Denton. Doors open at 3:30 with the A.M. Ramblers kicking off the music lineup. We actually have a few tickets. Share this article on Facebook and comment below for a chance to win free tickets.
National Polka Festival will be held in Ennis, Texas, Friday through Sunday, May 24-26, 2013, with the purpose of celebrating the Czech heritage of the local area. These festivities are held annually on Memorial Day Weekend, and feature an abundance of cultural activities that can be enjoyed by the entire family in a small city atmosphere. Admission varies by day.
The largest gathering of Asian Pacific Americans in the Dallas area, Asian Festival will take place tomorrow (Saturday), May 18th, 2013, at Main Street Garden starting at 11:00 am and ending at 6:00 pm. Each year, the Asian Festival attracts thousands of people from all over North Texas and showcases more than 30 Asian cultural performances; ranging from dance, martial arts, acrobats, dragon dances, hula dancers and many more.
The Fort Worth Music Festival, a two-day festival featuring three stages and 24 bands, will occur Friday, May 17th, and Saturday May 18th, ending with after parties lasting till 2 am, at Panther Island Pavilion in Fort Worth, Texas.
This Sunday May 19th, BrewRiot will for the fifth year be showcasing homebrewers and their homemade brands in the Bishop Arts District area of Oak Cliff. specifically on North Bishop Avenue just south of W 7th Street. The showcase will benefit the beloved 501c3 Go Oak Cliff which puts on many festivals in Oak Cliff every year. This year, this epic outdoor Dallas street festival will have live music for the first time, more food, more games, and more everything. BrewRiot attendees get the opportunity to judge which is the best brew for themselves as he/she make their way around the tents tasting the various brews.
The 3rd Annual North Texas Beer and Wine Festival returns to the Irving Convention Center in Las Colinas on Saturday May 11, 2013.
It starts at 2 pm and goes until 7 pm, and VIP events will follow until 10 pm. At the North Texas Beer and Wine Festival guests can choose from 100's of craft, specialty and imported beers and wines to sample, attend home brewing classes, key note speakers, culinary demonstrations or relax to some great live music the beer garden.
Tweet Cottonwood Art Festival, which is held twice a year and features works from the nation's top visual artists, will take place May 4th 10am - 7pm and May 5th 10am - 6pm. Located in scenic Cottonwood Park in Richardson, the Cottonwood Art Festival is a juried show that has been held over the last [...]