Little Elm Craft Brew & Que

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The Little Elm Craft Brew & Que Festival is back for its 9th year! This year’s event is bigger and better than ever—we promise you won’t want to miss it!

🐄 Festivities include beer and wine tastings from national award-winning breweries and wineries, incredible Texas bands, BBQ tastings from pitmasters across Texas, VIP passes with extra perks, contests, shopping, great vendors, and an amazing firework show at the conclusion of the event!

🍺 Beer tastings include 12 two-ounce samples and a commemorative pint glass.

🍷 Wine tastings include 20 tickets to use on 1-ounce samples or 5-ounce glasses of wine. Over 45 wine selections will be available.

🎸 Enjoy live music from some of the best bands in Texas. Drew Fish Band will open at 4 p.m. followed by Slade Coulter at 5:30 p.m. and ending with our headliner, Treaty Oak Revival at 7:30 p.m.!

🎟️ VIP tickets will provide you access to the VIP tent as well as other special perks!

🥂 Bars on-site available to purchase alcoholic beverages.

🏆 Join in on some friendly competition with stein holding, hot pepper eating, and hot wing eating with burning questions.

🚗 This event has a $10 entrance fee. Parking will be $20 day-of or $15 if purchased with a beer, wine, BBQ, or general admission ticket.

🎆 The event will conclude with a spectacular fireworks and drone show over beautiful Lewisville Lake!

***Please note, no outside alcohol will be permitted at this event. You can bring coolers with water and soda.***

Purchase your tickets today!


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2024 Bands

There are few Texas country acts at this moment picking up steam quite like Treaty Oak Revival. They have gained quite a following by showing off, to an exceptional extent, just what that scene has to offer. Treaty Oak combines their country roots with a gritty, heavy sound with some punk attitude sprinkled in. It’s truly no surprise that these guys are racking in over a million monthly listeners on Spotify and picking up new fans with every stop they make on their tour.

While he was born from the dust of Jayton, Texas, Slade Coulter started his musical career about 100 miles west, in Lubbock, while attending Texas Tech University, forever linking the young songwriter to the bloodline of the ones who came before him: Buddy Holly, Waylon Jennings, Pat Green, Charlie Shafter, and Wade Bowen. With the release of his 2020 debut EP Here We Go Again, Slade quickly began garnering a large following of fans throughout the state. Between his high energy live shows, impactful lyrics, and one of a kind voice… Slade Coulter is quickly becoming a household name among Country and Americana Music.

Wishful Drinkin’ was released in 2020 and has yielded several chart topping hits, including the #1 hits “Every Damn Time” (with Country Superstar Pam Tillis), “Better Place,” “One Beer At A Time.” “Devil You Know” was a Top 5 hit. Having just recorded his third record, produced by five-time Grammy award winner Adam Odor (known for his work with the Dixie Chicks, Pat Green and the Randy Rogers Band), Fish is well on his way into that career in music. He was a writer on all of the songs on Wishful Drinkin’, which will be released early next year. The music has morphed into a more traditional honky tonk sound. The singer/songwriter co-wrote many of the tunes with hit songwriters Tommy Connors (“The Last Ten Years (Superman)” by Kenny Rogers; “Last Of A Dying Breed” by Neil McCoy); Roger Brown (“She Gets That Way” by Kenny Chesney; “We Must Be Loving Right” by George Strait and Barbra Streisand) and Nashville Songwriters’ Hall of Fame member Byron Hill (“Fool Hearted Memory by George Strait; “Nothin’ On But The Radio” by Gary Allan).

Brew & Que is all about incredible Texas bands! Check out some of our past performers!

Mike Ryan

Cody Canada

Reckless Kelly

Shane Smith and The Saints