SAVE THE DATE:
36th Annual Main Street Fest - A Craft Brew Experience
May 15, 16 and 17, 2020

Thanks to everyone that came out to the 35th Annual Main Street Fest - A Craft Brew Experience, presented by Bank of the West and enjoyed three days of going "back to 1985" with us! We hope to see you at the 36th Annual Main Street Fest - A Craft Brew Experience on May 15, 16 & 17, 2020!

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Live musical entertainment is coordinated through our partner, Epicenter Productions. Any inquiries, artist information, or demo kits can be directed to 817-756-4300 or info@epicenterproductions.net.

The 35th Annual Main Street Fest will feature a wide range of live entertainers -- from rock to country and everything in between!  Use this page to discover the entertainers that will be featured May 17, 18, and 19, 2019 at the 35th Annual Main Street Fest - A Craft Brew Experience, presented by Bank of the West in Grapevine, Texas!

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Performer  Date / Start Time Stage / Location
ABC Saturday (9:45 p.m.) Audi Grapevine Stage
Matt Baker Fri./Sat./Sun. See Street Entertainers
Blu Print Band Friday (3:15 p.m.) Town Square Gazebo Stage
Bodarks Saturday (3:15 p.m.) Town Square Gazebo Stage
Bill Carter Saturday (5:45 p.m.) Audi Grapevine Stage
Will Carter Saturday (5:15 p.m.) Town Square Gazebo Stage
Danni & Kris Sunday (12:30 p.m.) Audi Grapevine Stage
Doc Brown & DeLorean Fri./Sat./Sun. See Street Entertainers
The Gibbonses Sunday (4:30 p.m.) Town Square Gazebo Stage
Hannah Kirby Friday (3:45 p.m.) Audi Grapevine Stage
INTXS Saturday (7:45 p.m.) Audi Grapevine Stage
Joslin Friday (5:15 p.m.)
Sunday (2:30 p.m.)
Town Square Gazebo Stage
Audi Grapevine Stage
Little Lies Band Friday (7:15 p.m.) Town Square Gazebo Stage
Live 80 Friday (9:15 p.m.) Town Square Gazebo Stage
Jonna Mae Sunday (12:30 p.m.) Town Square Gazebo Stage
Chaz Marie Saturday (9:15 p.m.) Town Square Gazebo Stage
Marty The Magician Sat./Sun. See Street Entertainers
Mr. Inez Saturday (7:15 p.m.) Town Square Gazebo Stage
Quinten Hope Band Saturday (2:00 p.m.) Audi Grapevine Stage
Charlie Ramos Friday (2:00 p.m.) Audi Grapevine Stage
Rock Bottom Boys Friday (1:15 p.m.)
Friday (5:45 p.m.)
Saturday (3:45 p.m.)
Sunday (2:30 p.m.)
Town Square Gazebo Stage
Audi Grapevine Stage
Audi Grapevine Stage
Town Square Gazebo Stage
Ray Scott Friday (8 p.m.) Audi Grapevine Stage
The Spazmatics Sunday (4:30 p.m.) Audi Grapevine Stage
Darryl Worley Friday (10 p.m.) Audi Grapevine Stage

“ABC’s Martin Fry is a revelation, a soul man supreme, belting out pristine Vegas glitter pop and uptown House in his electric blue lounge suit. An ageless performer, Fry is the missing link between Bryan Ferry and Jarvis Cocker. For the inevitable encore of ‘The Look of Love’ he returns dipped in sparkly gold lame, a self-ironising pop genius on top form.” Stephen Dalton NME

ABC has enjoyed a glittering career to date and they are definitely one of a number of groups who came along and kickstarted the 80s with their own brand of pop for a ‘new decade’. Known for their chart-topping hits, "Tears Are Not Enough," "Poison Arrow," "The Look Of Love" "When Smokey Sings," and "Be Near Me," the band has produced music that continues to enthrall old and new audiences alike.

DATE APPEARING AT MAIN STREET FEST
Saturday, May 18 at 9:45 p.m.
Audi Grapevine Stage

Website: ABCMartinFry.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ABClexicon
Twitter: @ABCFRY
Instagram: @ABCMartinFry

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Raised in Hardin County, Tennessee, Darryl Worley comes from a long line of musicians so it comes as no surprise that he started playing harmonica at the age of five and guitar at nine. Worley was also the lead singer of the harmony trio he and his brothers started as kids. After attending Martin Methodist College and University of North Alabama, his career began when he formed his own country band singing the songs of Merle Haggard, George Jones, Willie Nelson and Dwight Yoakam. After receiving his degree and launching his own chemical supply business, Worley signed a contract with FAME publishing in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. It wasn’t until 1994 when his song “A Good Day to Run” helped him sign with EMI Publishing in Nashville where he was introduced to Brad Paisley’s producer on his debut album, Frank Rogers.

DATE APPEARING AT MAIN STREET FEST
Friday, May 17 at 10 p.m.
Audi Grapevine Stage

Website: darrylworley.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/darrylworley
Twitter: @darrylworley
Instagram: @darrylworley

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Ray Scott

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With a distinctive southern voice and a signature black cowboy hat, Ray Scott has been garnering attention since Warner Brothers released his debut album, My Kind of Music, to critical acclaim and a Top 40 single in 2005. A few years later, after a small hiatus, Ray’s heartfelt vocals and down-to-earth lyrics resonated with old and new fans alike. Independent releases Crazy Like Me (2008) and Rayality (2011) not only gave him a physical product on the road but garnered a high number of digital sales and support from Sirius XM. “Drinkin Beer” and “Ain’t Always Thirsty” received SiriusXM airplay, in addition to one of his most well-known singles, “Those Jeans” from the Rayality album, produced by Dave Brainard (Jerrod Neimann, Brandy Clark). His fifth studio album, Guitar for Sale, released in 2017 and was produced by Michael Hughes. On March 1, 2019, Scott and Hughes teamed up for his new EP Honky Tonk Heart, featuring five new songs: “Honky Tonk Heart,” “It Is What It Is,” “Trainwreck,” “Leave This Town” and “Thank You Baby.”

DATE APPEARING AT MAIN STREET FEST
Friday, May 17 at 8 p.m.
Audi Grapevine Stage

Facebook: www.facebook.com/RayScottPage
Twitter: @RayalityCheck
Instagram: @RayScottMusic

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The Spazmatics

The Spazmatics represent all of the all the awesome sounds, styles, and way cool dance steps from the 1980s decade. Complete with skinny ties, slicked-down hair, and horn-rimmed glasses, these lovable nerds recapture all the best of the worst. Outstanding musicianship combined with creative flair and style makes for an evening of pure energy and entertainment. So on Sunday evening, we’re gonna party like it’s 1985; only it’s not!

DATE APPEARING AT MAIN STREET FEST
Sunday, May 19 at 4:30 p.m.
Audi Grapevine Stage

Website: thespazmatics.net
Facebook: www.facebook.com/thespazmaticstx/
Twitter: @TheSpazmaticsTX
Instagram: @thespazmaticstx

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Bill Carter

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Austin-based Bill Carter writes the kind of songs other artists turn to for inspiration. Over the past three decades, he has earned a reputation for his own recordings and providing songs for legendary recording artists such as The Fabulous Thunderbirds, John Mayall, Ruth Brown, Robert Palmer, The Bran Setzer Orchestra and Waylon Jennings. Carter will play his blend of folk, rock, blues and Americana on the Main Stage.

DATE APPEARING AT MAIN STREET FEST
Saturday, May 18 at 5:45 p.m.
Audi Grapevine Stage

Facebook: www.facebook.com/BillCarterBlame
Twitter: @billcarterblame

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Will Carter

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Texas born and bred, singer/songwriter Will Carter was raised to respect hard work and traditional values. A deep love of family combined with a regimen that included homeschooling, breaking horses, milking goats and tending to crops provided Will with an ideal backdrop to pursue his musical dreams. His songs explore universal concerns against a backdrop of small-town America; his voice brings these stories to life. On his latest album, Good Bad Idea, Carter applies his experience and his talent to bring the best of modern and old-school country together. From the infectious, sing-along single “Fiesta, Siesta, Tequila, Repeat,” to the deep emotion with which he eulogizes his father on “Red Sunrise” and aching romantic sorrow of “House of Cards,” Good Bad Idea reaches out to every generation of country music lovers and excludes none from finding their own stories in his words and melodies.

DATE APPEARING AT MAIN STREET FEST
Saturday, May 18 at 5:15 p.m.
Town Square Gazebo Stage

Facebook: www.facebook.com/WillCarterBand
Twitter: @WillCarterBand
Instagram: @WillCarterBand

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BLU PRINT BAND

Facebook: /BluPrint-Band-DFW

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BODARKS

Facebook: /TheBodarks.StringBand
Twitter: @thebodarks
Instagram: @thebodarks

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DANNI & KRIS

Facebook: /danniandkris
Twitter: @danniandkris
Instagram: @danniandkris

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THE GIBBONSES

Facebook: /thegibbonses
Twitter: @TheGibbonsesDuo
Instagram: @thegibbonses

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INTXS

Facebook: /INTXS
Twitter: @therealintxs
Instagram: @therealintxs

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JOSLIN

Facebook: /joslinmusic
Twitter: @joslinmusic
Instagram: @joslinmusic

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HANNAH KIRBY

Facebook: /hannahkirbymusic
Twitter: @IamHannahKirby
Instagram: @iamhannahkirby

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LITTLE LIES BAND

Facebook: /littleliesband
Twitter: @littlelies_band

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JONNA MAE

Facebook: /jonnamaemusic

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CHAZ MARIE

Facebook: /chazmariemusic
Twitter: @chaz_marie

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MR. INEZ

Facebook: /Mr.Inez.Dallas

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QUINTEN HOPE BAND

Facebook: /qhopeproductions

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CHARLIE RAMOS

Facebook: /carlosramosmusic
Instagram: @carlosramosmusic

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ROCK BOTTOM BOYS

Facebook: /THEROCKBOTTOMBOYS
Twitter: @tweetRBB
Instagram: @rockbottomboys