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Friday, September 22, 2017

Texas' First Rosé All Day Festival Is Happening in October

Posted By on Fri, Sep 22, 2017 at 2:35 PM

Is this real life? Texans will soon be able to enjoy the state's first-ever festival dedicated to all things rosé.

The Rosé All Day Wine & Music Festival is set to take place in Dallas on October 29. While it is a bit of a drive for San Antonians, this fancy fest seems more than worth it.

Attendees will be able to picnic across 15 acres at Lee Park, though the main events will take place in Arlington Hall within the park. Show up in your nicest attire to enjoy the aesthetic of the park's formal garden while sipping on the pink wine. According to a press release, festival organizers teamed up with Biagio Cru Wines & Spirits, which launched a special Rosé All Day wine made in the south of France just for the event.

You'll also be able to enjoy some fine tunes while you're getting tipsy (keep it classy, y'all). Cover bands like Petty Theft (Tom Petty), A Hard Day's Night (The Beatles) and Straight Tequila Night will perform throughout the day.

The festival will benefit AiRS Alliance & Reconstructive Surgery in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Attendees are encouraged to dress to impress (in pink and white), so go represent the 210 and slay, sweetie.

3333 Turtle Creek Blvd., Dallas, Sunday, October 29, 1-9 p.m.,

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