40th Annual Main Street Fest Kicks Off in Grapevine

Grapevine Main Street Fest

Are you looking for something fun to do this weekend? Consider attending the 40th Annual Main Street Fest in Historic Grapevine.

From May 17 through 19, guests can enjoy live music, a wide selection of craft beer, delicious food, unique shopping opportunities, and more. The event is family-friendly and includes the Carnival Midway and KidZone.

With a varied selection of live music, ranging from country variety to a Fleetwood Mac tribute band, there is something for everyone. Friday night’s headliner will be Casey Donahew, and Saturday night will feature Deep Blue Something. Headliner performances begin at 9:30 p.m.

At the festival, guests will find plenty of food options to stay energized throughout the day. From Doc’s Street Grill and Once Upon A Cone to The Catfish Hut and Wise Guys Pizzeria, there’s something for everyone. The charming restaurants along Grapevine’s Historic Main Street will remain open for business during the festival.

Craft beer enthusiasts will appreciate a selection of more than 40 craft beers from over 20 different breweries across the U.S. An exclusive VIP package offering full-sized tasting glasses, food, and prime seating is available.

There are plenty of options for those who would rather have a glass of wine, including Landon Winery, Messina Hof Winery Grapevine, Sloan & Williams Winery, and Wine Fusion Winery.

Vendors galore will be present, allowing guests to purchase everything from jewelry to pet treats. Ambriz Jewelry, Hambone and Dogs Pet Treats, Kactus Hats, and Nature’s Finest Art are just a few examples of event vendor booths.

A weekend pass costs $20. Adult day passes are $9, while children (ages 6-12) and senior (62+) day passes are $5.

For more information on the Main Street Fest and to plan your visit, look here.

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