The 36th Annual Main Street Fest

When you visit Grapevine, you’ll easily get your fill of enlightening arts and culture. Get ready to be entertained!

VETRO WILL BE HOISTING FREE DEMONSTRATION
FRIDAY & SATURDAY DURING MAIN STREET DAY’S
FROM 10 AM – 12 PM & FROM 2 PM- 5 PM

FESTIVAL GALLERY HOURS:
FRIDAY 10 AM – 6 PM
SATURDAY 10 AM – 6 PM
SUNDAY – CLOSED*****

*****VETRO’S FESTIVAL HOURS CAN BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE!****
VETRO CAN NOT GRANT FREE ADMISSION INTO THE FESTIVAL OR
TO SEE THE GLASSBLOWING DEMONSTRATIONS!
YOU MUST PURCHASE A TICKET TO ENTER!

Parking Information

Without Shuttle:

  • 1201 Municipal Way (Grapevine Public Library)

With Free Shuttle:

  • 815 S. Main St (corner of Main Street & Dallas Road)
  • 400 W. Dallas Rd (across the street from the Police Department)

Handicap Parking:

  • 814 S. Main St. (Chill Sports Bar & Grill)
  • 815 S. Main St. (corner of Main Street and Dallas Road)
Main Street Fest 2020

Festival Hours

Friday, June 26: 10 am – 5 pm  Free Admission (until 5 pm)
Friday, June 26: 5 pm – 11:30 pm  Paid Admission
Saturday, June 27: 10 am – 11:30 pm    Paid Admission
Sunday, June 28: 11 am – 6 pm  Paid Admission

Tickets now on sale at the purchase page.

This three-day family-friendly festival coincides with American Craft Brew Week and is one of the longest-running and most exciting annual events in North Texas.

Guests can “Texperience” craft brews from more than 36 breweries across 15 states, boogie down to live music on two stages, sample delicious festival food and much more right in the heart of Historic Downtown Grapevine.

Be sure to stay up to date with the festival through our social media, and use the hashtags #MainStreetFest and #GrapevineTX so we can share the fun you’re having with all our followers!

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