Red, White, and You Grapevine Wine Trail
Enjoy the Grapevine Wine Trail under an Independence Day Theme. The event takes place on Saturday, July 2nd, from 11 am to 5 pm. The cost in advance is $45 per person or $50 the day of the event. Participating wineries include Cross Timbers Winery, D’Vine Wine, Farina’s Winery, Homestead Winery, La Bodega Winery, La Buena Vida Vineyards, and Su Vino Winery. This looks like a lot of fun and a great way to taste a lot of wines around Grapevine. You can find full details at www.grapevinewinetrail.com.
Friday, July 1st, you can enjoy Grapevine’s regularly scheduled SummerBlast fireworks show which starts around 9:30 pm over Lake Grapevine. On Monday, July 4th, the annual Fireworks Extravaganza will take place over Lake Grapevine. This spectacular display will also start at 9:30 pm and lasts about 30 minutes. Both shows can be viewed from any of the many Lake Grapevine parks.
Check out our list of the best places to watch the fireworks shows in Grapevine.
Little Pete’s Lake Grapevine
Little Pete’s will have live music playing all weekend long. If you want a great atmosphere, food, and music on Lake Grapevine, Little Pete’s is the place for you. Find out more details on the bands and the weekend celebration at www.littlepeteslakegrapevine.com.
Glass Cactus at the Gaylord Texan
Watch the fireworks extravaganza Monday night from the patio at the Glass Cactus. Doors open on July 4th at 4:45 pm. Enjoy great live music from the Dallas based band Radio Edit.
Bass Pro Shops – Memory Lane Car Show
Check out vintage cars at the Memory Lane Car Show on Saturday, July 2nd. The show will last from 5 pm to 9 pm. The show will take place out front of Uncle Bucks Brewery and Steakhouse. This looks like a really fun car show featuring cars from decades dating back to the 50’s and even earlier.
Okay, did we miss any other cool events for July 4th weekend in Grapevine? Let us know about them and we’ll add them to the list.