Celebrating the past, the present, and the future, Dallas’ Homegrown Music and Arts Festival will mark 10 years with an impressive lineup featuring legacy Texas artists. As the Fest turns ten, it heightens its commitment to local arts and artists--and enhances the experience it offers to local music lovers. The 10th annual Homegrown festival will feature the same blend of stellar music, live art and local vendors selling everything from tasty snacks to brilliant brews and beverages. This year’s event is Saturday, April 13, and the first round of artists rocking the fest’s two stages has been officially confirmed. The festival will take place at Main Street Garden Park(1900 Main St.)
North Texas’ favorite rockers The Toadies plus Tripping Daisy in a special reunion, co-headline this year’s festival. For a one-time-only performance, indie-folk band Seryn reunites to return the festival for this milestone year. Austin-based psychedelic soul stars Black Pumas will make their festival debut in a lineup that includes Houston’s Gulf Coast Soul band The Suffers, Robert Ellis in his Texas Piano Man performance, Israel Nash, and DJ Marc Rebillet. Local favorites 40 Acre Mule and psych sensations from Denton Pearl Earl finish out the first round of announcements. It's a group that brings back some Homegrown favorites of festivals past for a "greatest hits" collection sure to satisfy local fans, all while the festival continues to provide a platform for up-and-coming artists from across Texas.