Tuesday, June 11, 2013 , Updated 11:14 a.m., July 30, 2013
UPDATEDx2: Untapped Dallas will feature Delta Spirit for indoor/outdoor beer fest
The festival will takes place in the parking lot of the Gilley's/South Side Ballroom complex.
Tuesday, Untapped announced the musical lineup for the second-year fest in Dallas in September. Indie rockers Delta Spirit and Freelance Whales will share the stage with afro-pop bands Leagues and Cults as well as hip-hop extraordinaire Blackalicious on September 7.
[UPDATEx2: Local bands Larry g(EE), Dead Flowers, and Dark Rooms will also be playing the festival, Untapped announced July 30.]
[UPDATE: The festival will takes place in the parking lot of the Gilley's/South Side Ballroom venue. The main stage and beer tents will be outside. There will be an after party for Untapped ticket holders at The Loft. The Jack Daniel's Saloon will also be open during the event, according to Annette Marin of Spune.]
Since its inaugural year, Untapped has been overwhelmingly successful, catering to both beer nerds and music junkies. Seriously, CNN even named it one of the best festivals in the country. Untapped boasts more than 200 craft beers from more than 60 breweries nationwide, and there’s always a solid local offering. The festival recently teamed up with Paste Magazine to expand the North Texas soiree to Nashville and Atlanta.
- South Side Ballroom
1135 S. Lamar St.
- $28 - $99
Tickets to the event are currently on sale in four tiers: concert plus beer tasting ($35), concert only ($28), VIP with rare tappings ($58), or the new All-in-Brewsive ($99), which includes complimentary VIP parking, 20% off all merchandise, and a few extra collectibles.
We are waiting on confirmation on the location of the Dallas event and will update this post shortly.
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