Posts Tagged ‘festival

(map) Get ready to celebrate! The Hill Country Galleria hosts a huge event next Saturday, June 29. There’ll be 75 arts & crafts vendors, along with a kids’ carnival and petting zoo, festival food, water games, art workshops, even fireworks. Live music plays from noon to 9 pm,  including Band of Heathens, Guy Forsyth, and the […]

This annual festival starts this Friday night with a wine-pairing dinner in Fredericksburg, and continues Saturday at nearby Wildseed Farms. Texas wineries and Hill Country restaurants will be on hand with free tastings, and there will also be food, wine and beer for purchase. Live music starts at 11, and continues till 7:30 with Charles […]

(map) This annual free event is next Saturday, April 27, from noon to 10pm. This year, it’s moving to The Backyard at Bee Cave, and if last year’s fest is any indication, it should be a blast. Sunny but not too hot, it should be perfect weather for all ages to stroll the booths, check […]

The spring festival season is in full swing! This Friday, Bee Cave’s funky vintage/eclectic store Revival kicks off its semi-annual three-day market with food, beer, wine and lots of new and vintage finds. Local vendors will be on hand along with live music and a kids’ play area at the family-friendly event. Best of all, […]

What a week this is for big events! This one is Sunday, free and open to the public. Find more info here.

The fall festivals keep coming! This one Saturday on historic Mercer Street.

Another fun idea for this Saturday, with four bands on two stages. Find ticket info here.

Next Saturday, 10 local restaurants will be offering tastes in a kids’ benefit. There will be live music, a petting zoo and bouncy house, plus beer, margaritas and costume contests for all ages. Restaurants include Gumbo’s, the League, Tony C’s, Iron Cactus and Maudie’s. Find more info at this link:  Bites of Bee Cave

(map) The fall festival season begins tomorrow, Sept. 8th, with the 5th annual Dripping with Taste. 22 Texas wineries and four craft breweries will join dozens of local specialty vendors and chefs, like Rolling in Thyme & Dough, above. Your entry fee buys you a souvenir glass and six tastes. It’s a fun, easy way […]


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