Gruene Historic District Celebrates Texas Independence Day
11th Annual Texas Independence Day Celebration Includes Special Offers and Events
Gruene Historic District is located on the banks of the Guadalupe River near New Braunfels, Texas, between San Antonio and Austin. Originally founded in 1872 (just 36 years after Texas declared its independence) as a German cotton farming settlement, the area is now a destination for visitors from around the globe, featuring numerous shops and restaurants, a world-renowned music venue, hotels and other attractions.
11th Annual Texas Independence Day in Historic Gruene:
Join us in Gruene for a Texas-sized celebration of Texas’ 184th Anniversary of its independence!
- 184 cent select domestic longnecks at Gristmill River Restaurant & Bar, Mozie’s, Gruene Hall, Cantina del Rio and The Grapevine
- 4% off ALL purchases of $18.40 or more at Best Lil Bath Haus, Cotton Eyed Joe’s, Dancing Bear, Element 29, Got Toys, Gruene General Store, Gruene with Envy, Pookie Jane’s, The Company Store, The Gruene Olive and Tipsy Gypsy
- $18.40 Texas T-bones at Gristmill River Restaurant & Bar
- $18.40 Fajitas for 2 at Cantina del Rio
FREE LIVE MUSIC:
- Gruene Hall from 6pm to 10pm with Bret Graham
- Gristmill River Restaurant & Bar 6pm to 9pm with tba
- The Grapevine from 5pm to 8pm with tba
WHEN: MONDAY, MARCH 2ND, 2020 from 3pm to Close
WHERE: Gruene Historic District
1601 Hunter Road, New Braunfels, Texas 78130
Gruene is home to Gruene Hall, Texas’ oldest continually operating dance hall, which was built in 1878 and now operates as a legendary music venue. In 1975, Gruene Hall was purchased by its current owners and has become an internationally recognized destination tourist attraction and major music venue for both up-and-coming and established artists. The owners focus on booking singer-songwriters and artists who play original material has provided fertile ground for many former “new talents” such as George Strait, Hal Ketchum and Lyle Lovett.