What You'll Get
There's two kinds of tea in Texas: the delicious, sweet "house wine of the South" and the energy-providing black oil that comes spouting up from the ground. This second annual festival, with the theme "Texas Tea," salutes both versions through various displays, but there's only one type of tasting -- and there'll be plenty of samples to sip indoors at the Premier Event Center in Lewisville. There's even a contest to determine the best iced tea out there. Plus, you'll be treated to live music, a shopping area and kids' activities to keep your whistle whetted as well. Speakers include a variety of tea sommeliers and sellers, and performers are set to include Americana band Anderson's Good Medicine, R&B singer Dana Jones and more.
Speakers (subject to change):
Mark Adams, US League of Tea Growers /Adams Tea Store
Josephie Dean Stanton, Coeur d’Tea / East Texas Tea / US League of Tea Growers
Cynthia Gold, Tea Sommelier & Author
Judy Griffin, PhD, Aromatherapist, Herbalist, Author
Adrian Hernandez, Owner of The Drink Station
Marzi Pecen, Certified Tea Sommelier
Ann Ranson, Coach & Tea Purveyor, By the Grace of Tea
Candace Roney, Owner of Denton Spice Company
Vayne Thomas Jr., Coach, “The Relationship Guru”
Amanda Vermillion, Certified Tea Master
Performers (subject to change):
Anderson’s Good Medicine (folk, indie-folk, Americana)
Smokey Culver (Cowboy poetry)
Dana Jones (R&B, jazz, blues)
Bellydance by Star (belly dance, Balinese-belly fusion)
Food is not included, but may be purchased on site.
The Fine Print
Offer does not include ticketing fees. Information on how you'll receive or pick up your tickets along with any date-specific advisories or restrictions will be provided to you in checkout.