Let us wine and dine you. Come and indulge your senses with some kick-ass food, great booze, and classic country tunes. From drafts to crafts, Texas Reds has it all. So join the residents of the BCS area as we celebrate two of Texas’ most prized “home grown” commodities: beef and wine. Down here in the South, we are known for our fine meat and delectable booze, so what better way is there to honor the importance of both than by combining these major industries, to create a festival unlike any other? This year marks the 11th year that the Texas Reds Beef and Grape Festival has taken place. This signature festival was established right here in Historic Bryan back in 2007. Managed and run by the Downtown Bryan Association, this nonprofit has given back almost $25,000 to the Bryan ISD community over the years.
This fun-filled festival showcases many differing products, including wine, drafts, spirits, champagnes, oils, cheeses and oh-so-much more. With over twenty-five Texas wineries, fifteen breweries, thirty live bands, various art/crafts vendors, and a Kid Zone, this festival is obviously here to give the audience what they want. There are three music venue stages featured within the festival, surrounded by seventeen mouthwatering food booths. For a complete list of wineries, breweries, vendors and performance times, simply visit the festival’s official website.
Headlining this year’s Texas Reds Festival are Jack Ingram and Deana Carter. Both will be performing on Sunday afternoon. Deana Carter, didn’t take a seemingly easy route to stardom, but instead chose to defy the conventional expectations of the typical Nashville artist blueprint and make her own mark. Best known for her hit “Strawberry Wine,” Carter showcases her own blend of country and retro-rock sprinkled with the folksy singer/songwriter qualities.
Ingram has had a recording career that has spanned more than 20 years. He has maintained a reputation for uncompromising, personally charged song craft and energetic, charismatic performances.
You can catch These artists and more all weekend. This weekend is going to be one for the books, so grab the fam, call your neighbors, leash the pups and head on down to the Texas Reds Fest between September 22 and 24.
Tickets for the beer, wine, and steak are now available for purchase on TexasRedsFestival.com, and a little birdie happened to tell us that a discount is being offered until midnight on September 22. So before the clock strikes twelve, type in the coupon code SAVE5 and receive five percent off! You can thank us later. You can also see a full schedule of performances and showcases on the website.