The arrival of fall in Texas doesn’t always account for the changing color in the leaves, or the brisk winds blowing on your face. In Texas, it’s still pretty warm, but the good thing is that barbecue can be eaten all year round. The additional plus is there is a, ahem, beefy list of festivals during the second half of the year. Here is a sampling of some coming up:
September 14, 2014
In its fifth year, the TMBBQ fest brings highlights from the Texas Monthly top 50 BBQ list and showcases them along with beverages and good ol’ BBQ conversation. The event is held at The City Terrace at the Long Center, so there is also a great view of Lady Bird Lake if you need to take a break from the meat and go for a walk. Ticket information and more details can be found on the festival website here.
October 19, 2014
Gettin’ Sauced returns again for a fifth time bringing even more BBQ samples and fun for the family. The neat thing about Gettin’ Sauced is it’s a free event, open to the public; but if you’d like to try our some amazing ‘cue and delicious sauces you can purchase a wristband. A handful of Texas BBQ favorites will be attending like, Snow’s BBQ (Lexington, Tx), Louie Mueller Barbecue (Taylor, Tx), Opie’s Barbecue (Spicewood, Tx), and Hays County Bar-B-Que (San Marcos, Tx), just to name a few. More info on Gettin’ Sauced here.
October 4, 2014
Most of the fun BBQ restaurants around this great state should feature good food and good music. Smoked Dallas hopes to bring that and more to its early October festival. Featuring live acts like, Bob Schneider, Black Joe Lewis among others, Smoked will also feature 13 Texas barbecue joints from around Dallas and central Texas areas.
The event will be held in the heart of downtown Dallas at the Main Street Garden, so head over to their website for more information.
Stay tuned for more festival information as it’s announced!