The Wine Down

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The Wine Down, presented by The Dreaming Tree Wines, is back at 3TEN ACL Live for 2017 in partnership with the 2ND Street District, Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau, and KUTX, with proceeds once again going to the Austin Music Foundation.

3TEN Austin City Limits Live (3TEN ACL Live) announced the latest edition of The Wine Down, a music series presented by The Dreaming Tree Wines along with returning supporters KUTX, 2ND Street District, and ACVB—proceeds once again will benefit the Austin Music Foundation.

This year’s The Wine Down series happens the last Wednesday of the month, April through September, at 3TEN ACL Live, located just below ACL Live on Willie Nelson Blvd (2nd St), across from City Hall. The popular music series has become an anchor for driving people downtown to the 2ND Street District to experience lively nights of shopping, eating, and strolling the 2ND Street corridor.

Each month, a different restaurant from 2ND Street District will be on-site providing food samples while guests enjoy free tastings and happy hour priced glasses featuring The Dreaming Tree Wines. Each evening’s entertainment will be emceed by KUTX D.J.s and will feature pop-up shops from local retailers. The 2017 series kicks off with a bang Wednesday, April 26th, and runs monthly through September 27th.

The Wine Down 2017 Schedule:
4/26/2017 Jonathan Terrell w/ bites by Alimentari 28 & pop-up by Sikara & Co.
5/31/2017 Charlie Faye & The Fayettes w/ bites by CRU Food & Wine Bar & pop-up by Hemline
6/28/2017 Superfónicos w/ bites by Lonesome Dove & pop-up by Luxe Apothetique
7/26/2017 Scott H. Biram w/ bites by Taverna & pop-up by ModCloth
8/30/2017 Mobley w/ bites by W Living Room & pop-up by Saint Bernard
9/27/2017 Austin Music Foundation Presents Magna Carda + Tomar & The FCs w/ bites by TRACE and pop-up by Rae Cosmetics

“The Wine Down series is the perfect event,” said Shana Ogg, Retail Marketing Manager of 2ND Street District. “Guests get to sample the best of the 2ND Street District’s stores and restaurants all while enjoying live music at the new 3TEN ACL Live venue. This is exactly what makes downtown Austin the place to be.”

Proceeds raised once again go directly to the Austin Music Foundation. Jennifer Dugas with AMF responded, “Austin Music Foundation is thrilled and grateful to once again be the beneficiary of The Wine Down at the new 3TEN ACL Live. It’s a perfect example of the sense of community and support that defines Austin and a great way to showcase our amazing local musical talent.”

The Wine Down is free, open to the public, and takes place from 5–8 pm at 3TEN ACL Live. Each event hosts giveaways for merchandise from businesses around the 2ND Street neighborhood. For more information, please visit


When Dave Matthews and Sean McKenzie first met, they realized they had a few things in common, like a passion for making wine at least as strong as their passion for drinking it. For The Dreaming Tree wines, they set out into wine country, looking for a way to make quality wines accessible to everyone. Along the way, they found inspiration in the down-to-earth characters and unforgettable flavors that give the region its rare kind of charm. For more information, please visit

In the center of downtown, and at the heart of what makes Austin unique, are more than 60 (primarily locally owned) specialty shops, services, and dining destinations. Where Texas Warmth Meets Austin Cool, The 2ND Street District prides itself on being a first-class retail district with a heightened focus on the customer experience. Known for having something for everyone, including community events, it celebrates Austin, its residents, and visitors of the Capitol City in style. For more information, please visit

An accredited member of the Destination Marketing Association International, the Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACVB) promotes Austin, Texas as a premier convention and leisure travel destination, and a leading center of music, sports and film production. With a comprehensive convention services program, Austin CVB connects meeting planners and attendees with hotels, transportation providers, meeting venues and entertainment options, including the legendary live music scene. The Bureau also operates the Austin Visitor Center and manages Austin’s online presence with innovative tools like the five-minute meeting planner, convention services toolkit and Austin iPhone app. For more information, visit

Austin Music Foundation (AMF) if a 501c3 nonprofit whose mission is to strengthen and connect the local music industry and community with innovative programs that empower music professionals and music businesses within Austin’s creative economy. Austin Music Foundation offers free education specifically tailored to today’s music business climate. With expert panels, consultations, mentoring, and networking events, AMF’s programs provide the necessary tools and opportunities to help the Austin music industry thrive. Over the past 15 years, AMF has helped over 15,000 musicians and music industry professionals and remains committed to ensuring that Austin’s creative class and music industry thrive. For more information, visit


Music’s Best Address just got even better. 3TEN ACL Live is the latest addition to the venerable Austin City Limits brand and family. Located next door to the ACL Live Box Office in downtown Austin, 3TEN is a 350-person capacity state-of-the-art showcase room presenting smaller “house” shows of world-renowned, emerging, and local artists, as well as custom private event experiences.