Big Texas Beer Fest Turns Five This Weekend At Fair Park

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Big Texas Beer Fest turns five and returns to Dallas’ Fair Park this weekend.

This year’s festival is believed to be the first 2-day beer festival in North Texas and intends to set a Texas record by hosting 140 breweries, of which more than 55 are from the state of Texas.

From festival organizer and co-founder, Chad Montgomery:

We try to do something new every year; last year we received hundreds of emails and social media requests to add more tickets. We try to keep the quality of the event high, so adding another day seemed more logical than packing the building with more people than would be comfortable.

In addition to award-winning beers from all over the world in the Automotive Building, the Lakewood Brewing Outdoor Food and Music Pavilion with host 10 local food trucks, local bands and much, much more. Click here for a full schedule of events.


Fair Park Automobile Building

Friday, April 1 – 6:30pm to 10:30pm

Saturday, April 2 – 2:00pm-6:30pm

Parking will be available at Fair Park for $10, but using DART rail or Uber is highly suggested. The DART rail has a stop on the Green Line at Fair Park, dropping attendees just steps away from the venue.

VIP tickets are sold out, but General Admission tickets still available for $39. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the North Texas Food Bank. Big Texas Beer Fest was founded in 2012, and has raised nearly $40,000 for the North Texas Food Bank.


Please visit the Big Texas Beer Fest website for addition information.