Bob Schneider, Gina Chavez, Sir Woman and More to Perform at DreamFest
The Dripping Springs venue shares the lineup for a day of music, art and recreation this May
By Avery Matschek
Dripping Springs’ Dreamland is set to become the next music and arts festival destination with their inaugural DreamFest, which will take place from 11 a.m. to midnight on May 28.
The music lineup was recently announced and features Austin favorites like Bob Schneider, Gina Chavez and Sir Woman, one of our top musicians to watch for 2022. Other highlights include Dripping Springs’ own Wyatt Weaver Band, young local songwriter Calder Allen and Irish singer-songwriter Pat Byrne, who moved to Austin in 2017.
Dreamland is a 64-acre outdoor entertainment, recreation and arts venue with stages, pickleball courts, indoor and outdoor bars and much more. Their first-ever DreamFest is created to be family-friendly, with options to play a game of disc golf or pickleball available throughout the day.
It’s also more than your average music festival, as the event will include an artisan market and pieces from the venue’s art and sculpture garden on display around the grounds. Even between sets, guests can wander around the garden to admire mosaics, murals and sculptures.
“Dreamland has always been a place for discovery, and we’re thrilled to have the opportunity to host so many incredible musicians and artists representing many musical genres and cultural backgrounds for our first DreamFest,” says Dreamland CEO Diana Greenfield. “This will truly be an event packed full of great music and good fun for the whole family.”
General admission tickets are $50, with VIP tickets coming in at $250 a piece. Children 5 and younger are free to bring. Those who opt for the VIP experience will receive access to a private bar backstage, complimentary cocktails and appetizers throughout the day and a coupon for a free round of mini golf.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit Dreamland’s website here.