This year’s Red Dirt BBQ & Music Festival, presented by Hyundai of Longview, is shaping up to the best one yet. And we’re getting things started in a big way.

Instead of our regular online and on-air announcement of the music lineup, this year we’re throwing a big ole party to celebrate and give you the first shot at finding out who’s taking the Stonewater Roofing Stage at Red Dirt 2019.

Join us at True Vine Brewing Company on Friday, January 25th, for our first-ever Red Dirt BBQ & Music Festival Lineup Reveal Party. Mike and the Moonpies, who put out one of 2018’s best albums in Steak Night at the Prairie Rose, are taking the stage with Alex Smith, formerly the frontman of local outfit The Bigsbys, opening the show.

True Vine opens at 11:00 AM on Fridays and Alex Smith will take the stage at 6:30 PM. After that, we’ll play a video announcing the 2019 Red Dirt lineup, give away some sweet prizes and then Mike and the Moonpies will hit the stage at 8:30 PM.

Tickets are on sale now online for $10 and will be $15 at the door, if available. But if you buy online in advance you’ll be entered to win VIP tickets to Red Dirt, so don’t miss out on that chance.

All ages are able to attend, and don’t forget to bring a chair!

True Vine, which moved into its awesome new digs in 2017, is located at 2453 Earl Campbell Parkway in Tyler. Along with all of True Vine’s awesome craft beers you’ll also be able to dig into awesome pizza and snacks from Sola Bread Co. next door and try other food options that will be available.

Limited on-site parking is available at True Vine. If parking is full, you can park next door at the Tyler ISD Career & Technology center and it’s a short walk next door to True Vine.

Red Dirt BBQ & Music Festival is presented by Hyundai of Longview and is also sponsored by Stonewater Roofing, Tyler Home Mortgage, Dr Pepper, 281 Lodging, Cavender’s, Metro PCS and Choctaw Casino-Grant Oklahoma.

Tickets for the 2019 Red Dirt BBQ & Music Festival go on sale at 10:00 AM Friday, February 1, at the festival’s website.

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