A FEW MILES (AND SEVERAL DECADES)
FROM THE CITY
Honky-tonk lovers, dancehall dreamers, wine tourists, and traveling gypsies, welcome to the historic 13-acre town of Albert, TX. Just 60 miles from the big city and an easy turn-off to the Texas 290 Wine Trail in the heart of the Texas Hill Country.
Albert is a straight shot West on 290, about 63 miles from Austin. Once you pass through Dripping Springs, “the Gateway to the Hill Country,” rolling hills will dominate the horizon. You’ll hit Johnson City and Hye a bit further down the road. Don’t blink, because soon you’re in Stonewall, where you take the turn-off toward Albert. Just follow the winding road and soon you’ll be greeted by Albert’s Icehouse and legendary Dancehall on your left.
FROM SAN ANTONIO
Getting to Albert from San Antonio offers 65 miles of the most scenic Texas Hill Country there is. There’s more than one way to get here, but we recommend the slightly longer route, along FM 1623, through Blanco.
Albert offers a quiet escape from its sister city of Fredericksburg, which lies 30 minutes to the West. Whether you’re stopping off between wine tours or yearning to spend a day or night under the legendary oaks, getting here is easy. Just take 290 East until you reach Albert Rd. Turn right and within minutes you’re here, holding an ice-cold drink of choice.
THIS WEEKS LINE UP
Apr1Sat, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Johnny McGowan’s Rugged GentsSat, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Johnny McGowan’s Rugged Gents4pm-7pmColleen Michelle Miller7pm-10pmMichael Myers
Apr2Sun, 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Lonestar SouvenirsSun, 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Lonestar Souvenirs1pm-4pmChris Meacham