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Jack Ingram and Taylor Dayne to Headline 36th Annual GrapeFest  Entertainment




GRAPEVINE (Sept. 2, 2022) – The 36th Annual  GrapeFest®—A Texas Wine Experience, presented by Bank of  the West, returns September 15, 16, 17 and 18, 2022, to historic  Grapevine, featuring four days of premium wine tastings and  all-new for 2022 VIP Tasting Events, Charcuterie Workshops,  a GrapeStomp contest, Champagne Cork Shoot-Off and  amazing performances across four live music stages. 

Throughout the festival, attendees will encounter an exciting  lineup of musical acts that will have all members of the family  rockin’ and rollin’ from the People’s Choice Wine Tasting  Classic and Liberty Park Plaza Wine Experience, as well as the  Town Square Gazebo Stage and Grapevine Mills Main Stage. 


Headliners include Grammy Award-nominated singer  songwriter Taylor Dayne, playing beloved singles like “Tell It  To My Heart,” “Love Will Lead You Back,” “I’ll Be Your Shelter”  and “I’ll Always Love You,” and Academy of Country Music  

Award winner Jack Ingram with hits like “Measure of a Man,”  “Barefoot and Crazy” and “Wherever You Are,” in addition to  several other great bands. 



Taylor Dayne is an American  

pop icon. With a career  

spanning three decades,  

Dayne’s groundbreaking debut  

single “Tell It To My Heart”  

turned her into an overnight  

international star in 1987. She  

followed the smash hit with 17  

Top 20 singles over the course  

of her three-decade career,  

including Number Ones “Love Will Lead You Back,” “Prove  Your Love” and “I’ll Always Love You.” Dayne has sold over 75  million albums and singles worldwide, earned three Grammy  nominations, an American Music Award, multiple New York  Music Awards, received New York Music Hall of Fame honors  and ranked as the No. 18 female dance artist of all time by  Rolling Stone. She is one of the very few artists in musical  history to successfully cross over into almost every musical  genre and chart with hit singles in pop, dance, R&B, adult  contemporary and rock. 





Throughout a recording career  

that has spanned more than  

20 years, American country  

music artist Jack Ingram has  

maintained a reputation for  

uncompromising, personally  

charged song craft and energetic,  

charismatic performances,  

earning him prominent stature  

in a prestigious tradition of  

iconoclastic singer-songwriters. Ingram’s prior work has won  him a fiercely devoted fan base as well as reams of critical  acclaim, and now Midnight Motel marks a creative milestone  for the veteran artist, his sound ever evolving while showcasing  some of his most expressive, emotionally raw songwriting to  date. 

Additional performers and full lineup below: 


Thursday 9/15 @ 5 p.m. Joshua Ingram 


Thursday 9/15 @ 7 p.m. Lady Diamond 

Soul, Blues, Gospel 

Thursday 9/15 @ 8:45 p.m. Escape 

Journey Tribute 

Friday 9/16 @ 4:15 p.m. Blaze of Glory 

Bon Jovi Tribute 

Friday 9/16 @ 6 p.m. The Rich Girls 

Hall and Oates Tribute + 80s 

Friday 9/16 @ 7:45 p.m. Zack King Band 

Rock and Roll 

Friday 9/16 @ 9:30 p.m. Taylor Dayne 


Saturday 9/17 @ 12:45 p.m. Jay Cober and the Back Line Blues and Rock 

Saturday 9/17 @ 4:15 p.m. The Mojo Brothers 

Country and Rock 



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Saturday 9/17 @ 2:30 p.m. Justin Mason Country 

Saturday 9/17 @ 6 p.m. Squeezebox Bandits 

For immediate release. September 2, 2022 

Country with a Tejano flair 

Saturday 9/17 @ 7:45 p.m. King George 

George Strait Tribute 

Saturday 9/17 @ 9:30 p.m. Jack Ingram 


Sunday 9/18 @ 1 p.m. OneHitSongAway Country 

Sunday 9/18 @ 3 p.m. Fleetwood X 

Fleetwood Mac Tribute 

Sunday 9/18 @ 4:45 p.m. Battle of Evermore Led Zeppelin Tribute 


Sponsored by Gaylord Texan 

Thursday 9/15 @ 11a.m.  Friday 9/16 @ 11 a.m. Saturday 9/17 @ 11 a.m. Sunday 9/18 @11 a.m. 

  1. Ellingson 

Jazz and Pop 

Kerri Lick & the I-20  Variety 

Americana and Roots Rock 



Thursday 9/15 @ 11 a.m. The Mojo Brothers Country and Rock 

Friday 9/16 @ 11 a.m. Jon Christopher Davis Rock 

Saturday 9/17 @ 11 a.m. InstruMusic Solutions Rock, Soul, and R&B 

Sunday 9/18 @ 11 a.m. The Furious Band Soul and Blues #GrapevineTX 


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Sponsored by Hilton DFW Lakes 

Thursday 9/15 @ 11 a.m. Cameron Taylor Acoustic Guitar 

Friday 9/16 @ 11 a.m. Shelton Enlow Acoustic Guitar 

Saturday 9/17 @ 11 a.m. Wyatt Martin Acoustic Guitar 

Sunday 9/18 @ 11 a.m. Olga Louque Accordion 

PEOPLE’S CHOICE VIP SESSIONS Sponsored by Classic Chevrolet 

For immediate release. September 2, 2022 

Friday 9/16 @ 5 p.m. Saturday 9/17 @ 11 a.m. Sunday 9/18 @ 3 p.m. 


Daniel Henson Duo 

Tenor Sax and Upright Bass Jazz 


GrapeFest is the largest wine festival of the Southwest. Visitors  won’t want to miss signature events People’s Choice Wine  Tasting Classic (sponsored by Classic Chevrolet), the largest  consumer-judged wine competition in the nation, featuring the  very best of Texas-grown wines; the Liberty Park Plaza Wine  Experience (sponsored by Gaylord Texan), with premium  selections from guest wineries in the California Sonoma Valley  and Italian Sicily region; Champagne Terrace’s (sponsored by  Hilton DFW Lakes) fine selection of bubbly or the area wine  pavilions offering the best of Historic Main Street’s winery  tasting rooms. Fruit of the vine not your thing? Alternative  adult beverages such as craft brews, hard seltzers and ciders  will also be available at booths throughout the festival. In  addition to tasting experiences, the four-day event will offer  a carnival, Kid Zone, artisan marketplace and more—all on  Grapevine’s Historic Main Street. 

A Celebration of Texas Wines 

GrapeFest is a celebration of Texas wines. Home to over 470  wineries and over 4,500 acres of vineyards producing nearly 3  million gallons of Texas wine each year, Texas is the fifth largest  wine-producing state in the U.S. And Grapevine has earned its 

reputation as the headquarters of Texas’ wine industry, home  to a vibrant Urban Wine Trail along Historic Main Street that  offers daily wine tastings and special events throughout the  year. 

Contests and Games 

For some wine-themed festival fun, guests can sign up to  compete in the popular GrapeStomp (sponsored by Resort  Vacations) competition located between the Ole Grapevine  Cigar Shop and City Hall. Two-person teams swap turns at  stomping approximately 18 pounds of grapes for two minutes,  and officials will measure the extracted juice. Prizes for the  champions are awarded hourly, and scores are kept for the  entire weekend with a Grand Champion Stomp-Off on Sunday,  in which the winners are awarded the coveted “Purple Foot,” a  glass sculpture from Grapevine’s Vetro Glass Blowing Studio. 

GrapeFest also will host a Champagne Cork Shoot-Off  (sponsored by Texas Gun Experience). Champagne bottles  are placed on a stand and participants push the cork out of  the bottle towards a target. Shots are measured on accuracy,  

and cash prizes will be awarded to daily shoot-off winners and  the Grand Shoot-Off Champion. 

Family-Friendly Events and Activities 

GrapeFest caters to family-friendly fun! This year’s festival  will offer plenty of parent- and kid-friendly activities, with  tons of fun to discover along the Carnival midway, a Kid  Zone and all along Historic Main Street. Guests can take a  spin on the giant Ferris wheel, catch thrills on the many  carnival rides and try their luck along the midway games.  After working up an appetite, they can top off their winnings  with ice-cold drinks and classic festival bites like corn dogs,  turkey legs, nachos, funnel cakes, snow cones and popcorn.  In a new location, the Kid Zone will offer interactive activities  from LEGOLAND Discovery Center, SEA LIFE Aquarium, as  well as arts and crafts provided by 121 Community Church,  inspiring educational experiences with House of Shine, a  build-a-bear activity with Cook Children’s Healthcare System,  face painting and more. Festival-goers can then walk across  the Grapevine Vintage Railroad train platform to European style food hall Harvest Hall, and for $3 visit the observation  level of the Tower at Grapevine Main Station, located at 815 S.  Main St., for a 150-foot-high bird’s eye view of festival grounds  from the south end of Historic Main Street.


Shopping and Dining Along Historic Main Street 

For immediate release. September 2, 2022 

Each year, GrapeFest brings in artisans and marketplace  vendors from all over the metroplex, and beyond. Attendees  can stroll to the north end of Historic Main Street to find a  marketplace of handmade treasures and unique gifts, as well  as gourmet goodies highlighting all things Texas—from local  honey to barbecue sauces, salsas, baked goods, candy, craft  sodas and more. The flavors of the festival aren’t limited  to street vendors though—guests can sit down and relax at  any one of Historic Main Street’s famous restaurants, from  Piaf Kitchen’s Mediterranean coastal cuisine to Farina’s  Winery & Café (try the spaghetti pizza) to the Chicago-style  Weinberger’s Deli, with over 120 sandwiches—and many more.  Additionally, the boutiques, galleries, jewelry stores and other  shops lining Main Street will be open, offering special deals  and incentives. 

The 36th Annual GrapeFest®—A Texas Wine Experience,  presented by Bank of the West, opens Thurs., Sept. 15 at  11 a.m. 


Thurs., Sept. 15: 11 a.m.-10 p.m.—free admission all day Fri., Sept. 16: 11 a.m.-11 p.m.—paid admission after 5 p.m. Sat., Sept. 17: 11 a.m.–11 p.m.—paid admission Sun., Sept. 18: 11 a.m.–6 p.m.—paid admission 


Adults: $10 Seniors (62+): $5 

Children (6-12): $5 

Children 5 and under: FREE 


$20 good for Friday, Saturday and Sunday admission 

For more information, please call 817.410.3185 or email 

Also visit GrapeFest. com for more information and  schedules.


How to Get There 


GrapeFest is proud to partner with Trinity Metro TEXRail to  offer festival goers a hassle-free way to get to and from the  festival. Attendees are encouraged to park at a TEXRail station  and ride the train to the Grapevine / Main Street Station, which  stops right in front of the festival entrance. Riders can park  for free at a TEXRail station and ride right up to the festival,  and avoid the hassle of finding parking. What’s more, patrons  who use GoPass to purchase a TEXRail ticket will receive  a 50 percent discount on their roundtrip ticket, plus $2 off  festival admission with proof of ridership. For those who wish  to drive, there will be two complimentary parking locations  with complimentary shuttles. Lot 1 is located at Grapevine  Mills, and will drop off at admission gate #2 (E. Texas and  Smith Street). Lot 2 is located at the Grapevine Public Library  and will drop off at the front entrance of Hotel Vin. Shuttles  for these lots will run from 10 a.m.–11 p.m. Thursday, 10  a.m.–Midnight on Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m.–7 p.m. on  Sunday. 

Where to Stay 

Guests can book a getaway and save as area hotels and  resorts offer various seasonal packages and promotions.  Enjoy a range of lodging options, including resort-style,  boutique and budget-friendly hotels. With more than  20 lodging options to choose from, there is a place for  every type of vacation experience and every budget. 

Visit hotels/deals-and-packages/  for details. 

About Bank of the West 

Bank of the West is proud to be an Independent Community  Bank, headquartered in Grapevine and serving North Texas  for more than three decades, helping to create flourishing  communities by putting your dollars to work locally—with  decisions made locally. Bank of the West is a member of  the FDIC and presenting sponsor of the 38th Annual Main  Street Fest. Additional sponsors for this year’s festival include  Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center, TEXRail  Trinity Metro, Texas Ace Heating & Air, Hilton DFW Lakes,  121 Community Church, LEGOLAND Discovery Center,  Texas Gun Experience, Grapevine Golf Cars, and many more.



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About Grapevine, Texas 

Historic Grapevine, Texas—centrally located between Dallas  and Fort Worth—is the premiere go-to destination when  planning a getaway or vacation in North Texas, providing  guests a sophisticated escape from the big city. Step back in  time on Historic Downtown Main Street and visit the more  than 80 charming locally-owned shops, boutiques, jewelry  stores, winery tasting rooms, restaurants and artisans. Guests  can unwind at one of the many award-winning winery tasting  rooms, and rest easy at one of the city’s exceptional hotels,  like Gaylord Texas Resort & Convention Center or Great Wolf  Lodge, which features an indoor water park. Take advantage  of recreation on Lake Grapevine as well as over nine miles  of wilderness and biking trails. Hop aboard the Grapevine  Vintage Railroad or experience late 19th century farm life at  historic Nash Farm. Whether you enjoy indoor or outdoor  activities, Grapevine has something for everyone. For more  information, visit 

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