Outside the City Limits Festival Returns to Vista Brewing October 28th
Fall weekends in Central Texas offer a cornucopia of outdoor events. Do you want to go to a concert? A farmer’s market? A brewery? The choices can be overwhelming. Vista Brewing is combining all three options into their Outside the City Limits Festival. OCL, happening Saturday, October 28th from 12-8 pm at the Driftwood brewery, is an alternative and antidote to a hectic Halloween weekend.
Music and Shopping
The brewery’s solar-powered main stage will feature six bands playing Americana, funk, blues, rock, indie folk, bluegrass, and country. Local acts je’Texas, Paige Plaisance and & the Yeah You Right Boys, Restos, Big Wy’s Brass Band, The Tiarras, and Harvest Thieves will have sets from 1 pm to 8 pm on two stages.
The Outside the City Limits festivities have significantly more than just music. The rest of Vista’s 21-acre property will host a range of local vendors and non-profits. For shopping, check out the artisan market curated by Hue Marketplace. To learn more about solar power, visit the Yotta Energy stand and check out their mobile solar trailer, which will power one of the stages.
Food and Drink
With such a wide range of outdoor activities, Outside the City Limits festival-goers should expect to work up a thirst. Fortunately, Vista will be serving their own beers at the “Vista rolling bar,” a 1976 International Scout with six taps. In addition, Vista Grill will be serving their full farm-to-table menu, which features ingredients grown on the property. Dripping Springs’ Flight Ice Creams will be scooping dessert (including an ice cream made with Vista’s beer). Leashed dogs will also be able to get a drink at the Divine Canines Watering Hole. Owners can also learn more about Divine Canines from the therapy dog-training charity’s ambassadors onsite.
Tickets and Additional Information
Vista Brewing is offering two tiers of tickets for OCL. General Admission tickets are available for pre-purchase at $28 online through October 27. Prices will increase to $35 at the door. General Admission ticket holders have access to the grounds, parking, and all music shows. VIP Passes are available for $125 through October 27 or until sold out. VIPs have access to the stage-side Amplify Credit Union VIP Lounge and private bar with alcohol for purchase as well and free non-alcoholic beverages. Pass holders also get priority parking, express entry, and a swag bag of party favors including a YETI Rambler. Vista is also introducing the Driftwood VIP Table Package ($1000 per table, only 5 available). Groups of four get access to a reserved front-row area at the Beer Garden Stage stocked with Richard’s Rainwater, enjoy complimentary beer, wine or cider all day from any bar on property and meal vouchers for the Vista Grill, plus all benefits from a regular VIP pass. Children 12 and under are free with parents, and the festival is also dog friendly.