Come Sunday Afternoon, You’ll Be Able To Talk Kale, Drink Rosé And Embrace All Things Basic When Rosé All Day Takes Over At Arlington Hall.
Calling all wine-o’s and basic bitches: This Sunday, from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m., every white girl’s dream of pink drinks, white dresses and the ultimate Insta-inspo will become a reality at Arlington Hall.
The Rosé All Day Wine & Music Festival — from the same minds behind Dallas’ annual, EDM-centric Lights All Night Music Festival — is named after the Dallas-based, recently launched RAD Wine Project, which aims to bring to market an affordable option of the trendy beverage to the masses, and it promises an offering so basic that it might even be worth skipping brunch to attend.
Various cover band and DJs are set to perform throughout the day, including the Tom Petty tribute act Petty Theft, bad bitch DJ Christy Ray and Beauty Bar resident DJ Blake Ward. In addition to the music, bottles on bottles of rosé will flow, paired with food and dessert items meant to pair well with the pink drink.
It’s not all just a celebration of things you might see on Instagram, though: With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the festival is also benefiting the Dallas-based Alliance and Reconstructive Surgery (AiRS) Foundatio that supports both the women fighting the disease and the loved ones by their sides.
$50 general admission tickets will get you entry, a custom Rosé All Day blanket, a wine glass and a bevvy of rosé samplings. VIP access is available for $95, and table service is an option if you want to be extra AF.
Cover image via Rosé All Day Facebook Page.