Homegrown Music and Arts Festival: The Toadies / And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead / Seryn
Also featuring Sarah Jaffe, The Baptist Generals, Mystery Skulls, Son of Stan, Calhoun, Sam Lao, Wild Moccasins, The Suffers, The Black and White Years, Goodnight Ned and The Phuss
The 5th Annual Homegrown Festival (Homegrown Fest 5) will return to Downtown Dallas with music and art at Main Street Garden Park. Local icons The Toadies will headline the music lineup. The bands, all with ties to the state of Texas, will be performing many genres and styles of music on the Shiner Beer stage and the Chevy Music Showcase stage.
Aside from incredible live music, the festival will also feature food trucks, arts & crafts, merchant booths and outdoor bars. Plus, it is a family friendly atmosphere with plenty of special activities for kids. There’s even a dog park as well (pups welcome).
This year's partner charity is The Family Place. Tickets are $20 online and $25 at the gate on the day of event; kids younger that 10 years of age are free.
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