Grapevine Main Street Days 2014 Oh Yea
Doc Holliday House guest(s) only need to walk 2 blocks for all the excitement for the 30th Annual Main Street Days 2014. Park your car in the driveway and relax for the entire weekend. Walk home after a great day on Main Street enjoying all the art in visual and fluid content. Get it?, Fluid? Wine and Beer...
The 30th Annual Main Street Days opens Friday, May 16 at 10 a.m. and admission is free until 5 p.m. Festival hours are Friday, May 16 and Saturday, May 17, 10 a.m. - 11:30 p.m. and Sunday, May 18, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. After 5 p.m. on Friday, adults are $7 and children 6 - 12 and seniors are $5. Weekend passes are $15. Souvenir weekend passes are $20. Free shuttles run continuously from designated parking lots. We will be celebrating "Milestones" and enhancing the craft brew experience. Guests will enjoy three full days of family-friendly festival fun.
There are many activities for the family such as watching your kids explore the KidCave, cheering on the masters of the grill at the Grillin' Competition at the Town Square Gazebo, and enjoying a variety of different stages featuring live music, kids stage shows, or events at the Palace Arts Center. Make sure to visit the Carnival Midway and enjoy all of the shopping along Main Street.
Kick off American Craft Beer week by attending pre-festival beer & food pairings at local Grapevine restaurants that will feature different types of craft beers paired with a variety of foods chosen by the brewmaster and chefs. At Main Street Days, there will be a separate ticketed craft brew experience on the festival grounds that will offer more than thirty craft beers to taste.
Wine aficionados, enjoy a glass of wine at one of our premium wine areas including the new Texas Wine Terrace located in Liberty Park.
Attention shoppers! Main Street Days features a unique lineup of specialty vendors at this year's event. With new and returning vendors, Main Street Days is the perfect spot to find a fabulous gift for yourself or that someone special. And don't forget, the more than 80 locally-owned shops, galleries, restaurants, jewelry stores, boutiques and more lining Grapevine's Historic Main Street will be open during the festival.