Untapped Fort Worth
April 20, 2013
to 11:30 PM
395 Purcey Street , Fort Worth, TX
$22 - $58
Untapped is expanding to Spune’s hometown of Fort Worth with Untapped Fort Worth on April 20 at Panther Island Pavilion.
Musical performances will include: Justin Townes Earle, Deer Tick, Sarah Jaffe, TENNIS, The Orbans, Somebody's Darling, Skeleton Coat, and Dove Hunter.
The local breweries are Rahr & Sons Brewing Co, Armadillo Ale Works, Cedar Creek Brewery, Community Beer Company, Deep Ellum Brewing Co, Firewheel Brewing Co, Franconia Brewing Co, Four Corners Brewing Co, Lakewood Brewing Co, Martin House Brewing Co, Peticolas Brewing Co, and Revolver Brewing.
VIP Beer Event: $58; concert + Beer Ticket: $30; concert: $22
VIP: 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm; Gates: 2:00 pm; Music 3:00 pm – 11:30 pm
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Dove Hunter (More About this Band)
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Somebody's Darling (More About this Band)
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Places to eat:
- Gloria's: $3 house margaritas, $3 domestic beer, $3 mojitos, $3 sangria, $3.50 imports, $5 swirls, $5 strawberry margaritas, $5 mango margaritas, $5 house wine, $5 Meltdowns
- Lucky Strike Lanes and Lounge: $2 Domestic Drafts, $3 Wells, $4 House Wines
- Paddy Red's Irish Pub: $3 wells, $2.75 pints, $5 pitchers, $3.25 Long Islands
- Poag Mahone's Irish Pub: $1.75 wells, $1.75 drafts
- Reata: $1 off wells / $1 off longnecks / $3 margaritas
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