Untapped, the indie music and beer festival that’s rocked Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston, will now lay down some roots here in the Live Music Capital of the World.
The festival will makes its Austin debut April 18 at Carson Creek Ranch.
According to a press release that went live today, the beer list for the Austin festival will feature more than 200 unique craft beers from more than 65 breweries.
“We have looked to bring Untapped to Austin for several years now so we are thrilled that the circumstances finally aligned to make this possible,” Festival Organizer Matthew Harber of Spune Productions said in the press release. “We believe Untapped is uniquely tailored to fit the Austin scene in a way that genuinely speaks to both the city’s music and beer culture. We are very, very excited.”
The musical lineup for the Austin festival will consist of Manchester Orchestra, Phosphorescent, Black Joe Lewis, Jean Grae, Bear Hands, In The Valley Below, Bop English (featuring members of White Denim) and Calliope Musicals.
“We are proud to have worked alongside and featured many of Austin’s fine breweries at previous events and aim for this edition to both showcase and support the culture of this important craft beer community,” Festival Organizer Corey Pond of The Common Table said in the press release. “It is also safe to assume we will bring several breweries with us that are not typically distributed in the Austin area.”
Tickets are currently available for pre-sale from $25-60, prices will increase when they officially go on sale to the public Tuesday, February 3. Check out http://www.untapped-festival.com to snag yours now.
You can see some of our past coverage of various Untapped festivals over the years HERE.