Untapped Fest coming to Austin on April 18

Photo by Tammy Perez / For American-Statesman. Carson Creek Ranch has played host to some local events such as the Austin Psych Fest, and it'll now be the location of Untapped, coming to Austin for the first time in April.
Photo by Tammy Perez / For American-Statesman. Carson Creek Ranch has played host to some local events such as the Austin Psych Fest, and it’ll now be the location of Untapped, coming to Austin for the first time in April.

Untapped, a beer and music festival that’s previously been held in Houston, Dallas and other Texas locations, is debuting in Austin in April at Carson Creek Ranch, and presale tickets are available now through Feb 2 starting at $25.

The beer list will include more than 200 craft beers from more than 65 breweries, while the live music lineup includes Manchester Orchestra, Phosphorescent, Black Joe Lewis, Jean Grae and more. Look for the full list of participating breweries — and, after that, the list of beers — to be coming soon.

“We have looked to bring Untapped to Austin for several years now, so we are thrilled that the circumstances finally aligned to make this possible,” festival organizer Matthew Harber, of Spune Productions, said in a press release. “We believe Untapped is uniquely tailored to fit the Austin scene in a way that genuinely speaks to both the city’s music and beer culture. We are very, very excited.”

The location of this eighth edition of Untapped, the 20-acre Carson Creek Ranch, is set to have a busy spring, with other events such as the Austin Psych Fest also taking place there.

Tickets are on sale now at the Spune Productions website, where you can purchase them presale for $25 to $60 until next week, when they go up to $32 to $65.

For more information, visit the Untapped Festival website.

Author: Arianna Auber

Arianna Auber writes in-depth news about beer, wine and spirits for Liquid Austin and keeps readers in the know about fun local events with the Planner.

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