Grapevine 36th Annual Main Street Fest - A Craft Brew Experience Canceled
In order to protect the safety of our staff, volunteers, vendors, sponsors and attendees, the Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau regretfully announces the cancellation of the 36th Annual Main Street Fest - A Craft Brew Experience, Presented by Bank of the West, June 26, 27 and 28. The Festival’s annual tennis tournament, however, was still held June 27-28.
Stacy and Gail Holt, Festival Co-Chairs, want to thank all participating sponsors and volunteers and look forward to working with you again on May 14, 15 and 16, 2021.
Main Street Fest Vendors
The deadline for submitting applications for Main Street Fest has passed.
Main Street Fest isn't just about the craft brew - there's great shopping too!
Browse the unique vendors you'll only find at Main Street Fest selling their specialty items.
Check out the Main Street Fest Marketplace showcasing a wide range of items from women's clothing and accessories, to beef jerky, jellies, candles and more!
Or be wowed by custom pieces crafted by our artisan vendors, featuring items such as original paintings, hand-carved, decorative, wooden art pieces, hand-blown glass art, metal creations and more!
And of course, Main Street Fest wouldn't be complete without delicious food offerings! Discover the tasty items on Main Street, featuring creations such as crepes, fried oreos, wood-fired pizza, fried mac & cheese balls, as well as festival staples like corn dogs, sno-cones, and turkey legs.
(FAQ: What's the difference between an "Artisan" vendor and "Marketplace" vendor? A: "Artisans" are small mom-and-pop operations that typically make a limited number of handmade items in a small facility or garage. These items are not sold in any retail front. "Marketplace" vendors typically have a retail store, multiple employees or a larger production facility to mass-produce items. Any pre-packaged food items are considered Marketplace items.)