The 10th annual Texas Reds Steak & Grape Festival in Downtown Bryan is upon us, and from September 23 to September 25, you can head down and enjoy live music, delicious food, wine, and craft beer, and great entertainment for all ages.

The foundation of the entire festival is the live music, and they definitely do not disappoint. This year there will be a variety of live bands you may either already know or you should know.

A headliner this year and an old festival favorite, Ray Wylie Hubbard, will be returning to play on Saturday night of the festival and it will be a performance you cannot miss. Another headliner and Grammy winner, Rodney Crowell, will be performing Sunday afternoon of the festival. Both of these headliners are favorites in Texas and will be worth the trip to Texas Reds if the wine and food doesn’t wet your palette enough.

On Friday night, the festival will be kicked off with the Texas Twisters who “have been rockin’ Bryan/College Station and surrounding areas for over 27 years” according to the Texas Reds Festival website. They have been voted “Best Local Band” by The Eagle in past years, and their fans love their mixture of the best in classic rock, soul, country, disco and their original songs. They are known to have a cult following locally that loves their upbeat and entertaining performances.

Saturday will be a day full of great live performances from 11:00am to 8:30pm. Some artists you can expect on Saturday include Ian Moore, Kayte Hamlin, John Fullbright, The Vandoliers, Ray Wylie Hubbard, and so many more. Another treat on Saturday will be the local high schools and middle schools performing at the Palace Theatre. There will be orchestras, school bands, theatre programs, and dance teams including the Rudder Rangerettes and the Bryan Shyannes.

Performances on Sunday will start at 11:00am and will end at 5:00pm. Although entertainment will not last as long as on Saturday, it will be full of can’t-miss performances that many will be looking forward to. Some artists you can expect on Sunday include Bri Bagwell, The Departed, The Nightowls, Rodney Crowell, and more. Also, on Saturday and Sunday, there will be performances at the acoustic café all day, so in between meals and concerts, stop by to enjoy even more live entertainment.

Texas Reds Steak & Grape Festival is fun for the whole family and features artists and bands that you love. Maybe you will even discover your new favorite band!