26th Annual Gruene Music and Wine Festival in New Braunfels Has Clint Black, Pat Green and More
I always get excited when I hear about the 26th Annual Gruene Music and Wine Festival is coming, I attended it several years ago and remember the awesome time I had. It’s scheduled for Thursday October 4th thru the 7th, in the historic Gruene District in New Braunfels. This year the performers are Black, Green and everything in between.
This is definitely an A-List of performers, starting with Clint Black, Asleep At The Wheel, Acoustic Jungle Jazz, Tejas Brothers, Stone River Brothers and Pat Green. The 26th Annual Gruene Music and Wine Festival benefits the United Way of Comal County and tickets will go on sale Tuesday, September 4th at 1pm. 4 days and 4 distinct events that feature the best in Texas music, wine, beer & food. This was a real fun event when I attended and here’s my two cents of advise, remember to pace yourself, wear comfortable shoes, get lodging near by and turn your phone off you’ll enjoy it more.
The 26th Annual Gruene Music and Wine Festival
Thursday thru Sunday, October 4th thru the 7th, 2012
Purchase online at the Gruene Music And Wine Festival website.
or by calling 830-629-5077. Ticket prices vary.
Thursday, October 4th – ‘It’s Not from Texas Kick-off” features German Wines, New World Order, Acoustic Jungle and Clint Black live.
Friday, October 5th – Wine tasting, the ‘Great Guitar Auction’ at the Hall with guitars autographed by George Strait, Tanya Tucker, Emmylou Harris, Jerry Jeff Walker, Clint Black, Lyle Lovett and many others in attendance plus Pat Green performs live that evening at the Hall.
Saturday, October 6th – ‘A Texas Tasting’ of wines from across the Lone Star State, Texas crafts and singer-songwriters all day ending with Asleep at The Wheel playing live at the Hall.
Sunday, October 7th – ‘Texas Music Brew-N-Que’ and the Great Beer Tasting with over 25 beers available for the sampling, Rudy’s & Two Brothers Barbecue and live tunes by Tejas Brothers and Stone River Boys at the Hall.
Here’s a look at past festivals