Untapped Dallas Saturday, November 7

Untapped Dallas boasts musical acts in addition to over 70 breweries, including the Fancy Lawnmower brew from Texas' oldest brewery, Saint Arnold  at the event in Dallas, Texas on Saturday, September 7, 2013.

Untapped Festival, Texas’ hugely popular craft beer and music festival, returns to Dallas on Saturday, November 7 and officially kicks off NTX Beer Week. Taking place at Dallas’ iconic Fair Park, Untapped Festival expands its footprint with a new location. Presale tickets are available now through July 15.

Tapping a fantastic and diverse music lineup that spans three stages, Untapped Festival Dallas features headliners The Flaming Lips, Dr. Dog, Cloud Nothings, Elle King, The Pharcyde, The Mowgli’s, Lights, Steve Gunn, UME and Dallas local favorites Valise and Birds of Night.  

This year, Untapped Festival Dallas introduces a few new perks including a brand new super VIP ‘Stout Package’ giving festivalgoers access to the Untapped Clubhouse, exclusive stage viewing area, and for the first time, an open bar featuring beer, wine, and spirits plus food from some of Dallas’ best purveyors including Luck, Scardello Artisan Cheese, Meddlesome Moth, East Hampton Sandwich Co., Glazed Donut Works, and much more.

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“It is such a thrill to produce Untapped Festival for the fourth year in Dallas,” said Festival Cofounder Matthew Harber of Spune Productions. “Untapped Festival continues to grow and evolve and this year Untapped Dallas features a phenomenal music lineup. Moving to a new, larger venue allows more people to come and enjoy incredible beer and music in the heart of Dallas. We are fortunate to have developed so many great relationships across the state of Texas over the past three years.  We love each of our cities but Dallas is our home and where it all started.  As such, this event edition is very special to us so this year we wanted to raise the bar.”

Untapped Festival Dallas, Texas’ flagship beer and music festival started in 2012 and has since expanded to Fort Worth, Austin, Houston (September 12), and, for the first time this year, San Antonio (November 21).  Untapped Festival encapsulates the eclectic craft beer culture while highlighting both emerging bands and established music acts. Untapped Festival Dallas will feature 100 breweries and over 400 unique craft beers. The selection of brews will reflect the high quality and special selections Untapped Festival partygoers have come to expect.

Flaming Lips, Dr. Dog, Cloud Nothings, Elle King, The Pharcyde, The Mowgli’s, Lights, Steve Gunn, UME, Valise, and Birds of Night.

Presale tickets available from July 7 to July 15. Public on-sale date starts July 16. For tickets to Untapped Festival Dallas and more information visit the Untapped Dallas website.

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One response to “Untapped Dallas Saturday, November 7

  1. Joy

    Went to beer fest Saturday evening in Dallas Tx. For $110 entrance fee for my husband and myself. It was a very disappointing event for us. We arrived at 6pm and to our surprise most of the beer vendors were out of beer! Or had very limited choices of their beers. If they had 5 choices originally they only had one or two left. Over the 2 hours we were there most beer tents were empty! And had no one even in their tents to represent their companies. This was a Saturday night!! The event was supposed to be open until 10pm but no one had beer left. I feel very ripped off right now. Where were their extra kegs? They could have had more delivered i just don’t understand. We left at 8:30 and people were still paying to get in the gates. I wondered why they were still selling tickets when there was no beer left! I want my $110 back!!!

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