Spune Announces Untapped Festival Offshoot For Denton Called Canned.
Aluminum cans rule. They preserve taste with their tight seal, and keep our brews at their highest quality in the process. They get cold faster and stay colder longer than bottles, too. Plus, they're, like, crazy easily recyclable.
Generally, though, they are smaller than bottles.
But, really, that's the whole idea behind Spune Productions' Canned Festival, which the area concert and event promotions company is spinning off from their successful Untapped Festival brand as a more mid-sized market concept, beginning with a debut October 5 affair in Denton.
Over 25 breweries will participate with over 50 different aluminum can options available for sampling at that offering, which is set to take place in and around the downtown area of the college town less than a month after the Dallas version of Untapped goes down. How will you ever choose between these beer options? The best answer is that you don't really have to — a $25 beer package ticket will allowing attendees to sample 12 different craft beers.
Meanwhile, per Untapped and Denton protocol, music too will maintain a presence at the event in the form of performances from Menomena, The Helio Sequence and Joe Pug, plus local outfits Chambers, Pageantry, Hares on the Mountain and A.M. Ramblers. Tickets for just the music portion with run $17.
VIP packages are also available for purchase for $40. Advanced tickets can be purchased here.
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