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Grapevine events and festivals draw visitors from around the globe. In April, the New Vintage Wine and Gallery Trail highlights the new vintage release from Grapevine’s wineries. In May, kick off your summer and enjoy great food, music, wine, and beer at the annual Main Street Days festival, which features the popular Pizza Piazza.
On July 4, find your spot and stake a claim near Lake Grapevine for the Annual Fireworks Extravaganza Over Lake Grapevine.
GrapeFest, the largest wine festival in the Southwest, is held in September and features an incredible array of wine tastings, food pairings, and other entertainment including the traditional Vintner's Auction and the Texas Wine Tribute Gala - a black-tie formal affair for gourmet food lovers and wine enthusiasts.
GrapeFest attendees can also vote for their favorite Texas wines at the People's Choice Wine Tasting Classic.
In October, guests are invited to enjoy Butterfly Flutterby – a one-day event observing the migration of Monarch butterflies as they migrate from Canada to Mexico, making their way through Grapevine. In December, Grapevine is transformed into the Christmas Capital of Texas.
Grapevine is the essence of Christmas decor, as the city is blanketed with millions of lights, enormous decorations, animated characters, and more than 1,400 events, including the North Pole Express, ice sculptures, parades, Christmas wine trains, holiday-themed live musicals, and many more.
Grapevine truly is a festival and event city, with something for everyone in the entire family all year long!
Grapevine City Hall
200 S. Main St.
Grapevine, TX 76051