The fall festival kicks off with a UT vs. OU watch party.
Weather be damned, fall is in full force in Texas. Get your fixings of the fall season this weekend at Jasper’s Uptown, where the bar is launching their inaugural Fall Festival this Saturday. [Featured image: @shootemupsam_events]
What does fall mean to you? The changing of leaves, budgeting for a daily $4 pumpkin spice late (worth ittttt), an excuse to cloak yourself in a super scarf that may or may not overcompensate for the every-so-often slight temperature dip in Dallas. Or maybe it’s all about football. However you choose to commemorate the season, celebrate all the merrier at Jasper’s inaugural Fall Festival this weekend beginning on Saturday, October 10.
The festival kicks off at 2 pm with a watch party of the UT vs. OU football game (hook ’em), followed by five hours of non-stop seasonal entertainment that includes:
- all-day football on the big screen
- Backyard Cuisine complete with a BBQ Smoker Pit
- Jasper’s new line of fall cocktails
- Wine sampling from Redoux WInes
- Whiskey sampling courtesy of Lone Elm Whiskey
- Tequila sampling via Socorro Tequila
- Classic car show
- Fotobus from ShootemUpSam Events for IG needs
- Charity raffle for the Texas Restaurant Association Educational Foundation
- Pumpkin carving
The festival runs from 2 pm – 7 pm, ending big with a screening of BIG featuring a young Tom Hanks for their Backyard Cinema Night.
“Rep your team & cheer in a safe, socially-distanced environment – don’t risk getting exposed in a super packed bar,” Jasper’s wrote in an Instagram post. “All tables will be 6-10 feet apart, to maintain social distancing. We will be operating at a 75% capacity. Your Saturday Game Plan at Jasper’s Uptown.”
Ticket prices vary, but start at $10 for Early Bird General Admission available until Wednesday, October 7. General Admission for 21+ patrons costs $15. Add-ons are available for their pumpkin-carving station and BIG screening.
“This event is our way of re-introducing Jasper’s to the community with exceptional backyard cuisine, top-quality products and services, and genuine hospitality,” the bar wrote on their website. “Our goal is to instill joy, create memories, and provide hope to the Dallas community through the power of great food, fine wine and spirits, and fun-fall activities.”