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Outside the City Limits Music Festival

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Vista Brewing

13551 Ranch to Market Road 150

Driftwood, TX 78619

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A celebration of local music, craft beer, farm-fresh food, Texas wine & cider and the beautiful Texas Hill Country!

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Join us Saturday, Oct. 30th in Driftwood for a relaxing day in the Hill Country filled with live music, farm-fresh food and local craft beer, wine & cider. Held on Vista Brewing's beautiful, tree-filled 21-acre ranch, the 3rd annual OCL Music Fest is back after a pass in 2020!

Spend the day relaxing in Driftwood with non-stop live and local music on two stages from 1 – 8 pm with an outstanding lineup of local musicians playing Americana, funk, blues, rock, indie folk, bluegrass and country including headliner The Deer, Sour Bridges, Buffalo Hunt, Jomo & the Possum Posse, Motenko and Stone Wheels. Doors open at noon.

Enjoy Vista’s ranch views and shady oaks while enjoying a wide variety of Vista brews, Texas wines & ciders and fresh, local food. The festival is family-friendly, with free admission for children 12 and under. Dogs, chairs and blankets are welcome. Total festival attendance will be limited to ensure social distancing, so get those tickets early.

GA: $20 / VIP $85

At the Door: GA $25

VIP Passes include priority parking & fast-track entry, access to the Amplify VIP Lounge stage-side seating area with complimentary non-alcoholic beverages including water from Richard's Rainwater, a private bar with beer, wine and cider (available for purchase)…..and a sweet VIP swag bag including a YETI Rambler! VIP passes are very limited, so get your tickets early.

General Admission tickets include access to the grounds, all music shows and parking. Local food, Texas wines & ciders, non-alcoholic beverages, Vista beer and merchandise will be available for purchase.

Details:

  • Live and local music from 1 - 8 pm. Doors open at noon; property closes at 9pm.
  • FREE parking.
  • Family-friendly: 12 and under FREE.
  • Dog-friendly: all dogs must remain on a leash.
  • Rain or shine event.
  • Camp chairs welcome.

Vista is partnering with some of its favorite local brands and organizations to bring fun activities to the festival. Throughout Vista’s 21-acre property, adults, children and four-legged friends alike can:

  • Browse a pop-up market with a curated selection of local vendors presented by Curio Caravan.
  • Play cornhole and other games at the Tupelo Goods Game Zone
  • Swing under the live oaks in the Hammock Grove.
  • Learn about solar renewable energy with Cam Solar. Check out their solar trailer near the Lawn Stage, which is 100% powered by the sun! Visit their booth for family-friendly solar science activities.

Vista is proud to share the missions of local non-profits during this celebration of the outdoors. Bring your leashed dog to the Divine Canines Watering Hole for a drink and to learn about how they train and provide therapy dogs to those in need.

Vista also continues its partnership with the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM) during OCL. Guests will be able to stop by their table to chat with “HAAMbassadors” about how their organization supports low-cost healthcare for Texas musicians.

Vista Brewing is partnering with some of its favorite local brands and organizations to bring fun activities to the festival. Throughout Vista's 21-acre property, you will be able to:

  • Learn about Vista’s farm, Texas wildflowers and take home a “seed bomb” courtesy of Native American Seed
  • Swing under the live oaks in the Kammok Hammock Grove
  • Test your skill at cornhole in the Tupelo Goods Game Zone
  • Browse a pop-up market with selection of local vendors a curated by Curio Caravan and of course a Vista Brewing merch area with Ts, hats, YETI products, Kammok hammocks, Vista honey and farm veggies.

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Health and Safety Update

With the return of Outside the City Limits in 2021, the Vista team is working hard to provide a safe and enjoyable experience in an outdoor and spacious environment. We are monitoring the always-changing COVID-19 local data and regulatory guidance, and care about the safety of our community including ticketholders, volunteers, artists, vendors, sponsors and Vista team members. With the majority of the festival taking place outdoors, we will not be requiring proof of vaccination or negative test results. Total festival attendance will be limited to ensure social distancing. Per current CDC guidelines, Vista strongly encourages the use of masks when inside our Tasting Room and restrooms, regardless of vaccination status. Vista team members, volunteers and vendors are required to wear masks when interacting with others.

We ask that all attendees be kind and respectful of those who choose to wear a mask and/or maintain social distancing. We are fortunate to have 21 acres of tree-covered ranchland, making is possible to ensure there is plenty of room to spread out. Our goal is not to impose specific views or values on anyone, but rather to provide an environment where music fans can relax and enjoy live music and great brews in the Hill Country.

FAQs

What's the deal with Parking & Ride Sharing? If you are driving to Outside the City Limits, parking is FREE.

  • VIP tickets will include priority parking and fast-track entry.
  • Main festival parking will be located in Vista's back pasture lot
  • We want everyone to ride safe, use less gas, and ultimately have a wonderful experience, so carpooling and ride sharing are encouraged.
  • There will be a dedicated drop-off and pick-up area for ride sharing guests (Lyft, Uber, Chariot, etc).

Can I bring my dog? Vista is dog-friendly, and we welcome dogs at this event. We ask that you keep all dogs on a leash, in your control at all times and that you clean up after any messes.

Can I bring my kiddos? Outside the City Limits is a family-friendly event! Children over 12 years old will need to a ticket for entry. We ask that you please keep an eye on your children at all times, as this is a Hill Country ranch environment, and there will be a large crowd.

What else can I bring (or not bring)? Please note, there will be a bag search at entry to the festival.

DON’T FORGET TO BRING:

  • Camp chairs
  • Picnic Blankets
  • Empty reusable water bottles
  • Sunscreen & bug spray
  • Your favorite hat & sunglasses
  • Strollers
  • Backpacks

NOT ALLOWED

  • Outside food or beverages (don't worry, you won't go hungry or thirsty!)
  • Weapons of any kind

Is Vista ADA accessible? Vista does offer ADA parking, restrooms and accessible areas in our main Tasting Room building, where both stages are located.

Will there be seating areas? We will have picnic tables available, but we ask that you bring along a picnic blanket or camp chair for watching the shows.

What if it rains? The festival will go on rain or shine. If there are dangerous weather conditions, some acts may be cancelled or delayed at the discretion of festival directors. The show will go on, please be prepared for the Texas weather!

Are refunds on tickets available? Unfortunately, we cannot offer refunds for inclement weather or other reasons. After tickets are purchased, no refunds will be given.

Is Vista open for business if I don't have a festival ticket? No, Vista will be closed to non-ticket holders on Saturday, Oct. 30 We kept the ticket price low to encourage our both our regular and new guests to enjoy the day of music!


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Vista Brewing

13551 Ranch to Market Road 150

Driftwood, TX 78619

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Vista Brewing is a destination in the quiet Hill Country town of Driftwood, TX, just outside of Austin and at the gateway to the Central Texas Wine Trail.

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