The lineup is set and tickets to one of the area’s most popular fall events are on sale now. 

Larry Joe Taylor’s 13th annual Rhymes and Vines will take place Sept. 19-22 at Melody Mountain Ranch, and will feature three days of great music, food and fun. 

“I’m excited about the growth this event has enjoyed over the years,” said Martha Taylor. “Rhymes and Vines revolves around food. It takes place in the fall and it’s all about camping out, cooking and enjoying friends while listening to some great music.” 

The event will get started at 7 p.m. Wednesday with a “welcome” performance by Larry Joe Taylor, Deryl Dodd and Dave Perez at 7 p.m. and Max Stalling at 9 p.m. at T-Birds Garage Pub. 

Shea Abshier & the Nighthowlers, Mike McClure and Shinyribs will perform Thursday. 

A portion of Friday’s lineup includes The Powell Brothers, Kody West, Deryl Dodd and Josh Weathers. 

Giovanni & the Hired Guns, Davin James, Tejas Brothers and Larry Joe Taylor are among Saturday’s performances with an “after party” show featuring Tommy Alverson. 

Rhymes and Vines is a favorite for music lovers who enjoy a smaller, more intimate setting than the Texas Music Festival in April, which draws in more than 50,000 fans from across the Lone Star State.

There are cooking demonstrations, a home brew contest for beer and wine and the second annual “jalapeño pop-off.” 

The “pop-off” will be held from noon-2 p.m. Saturday at the main stage. Cooks can enter by filling out a form on the website where the rules and regulations are also posted.

Tickets to R&V can also be purchased on the website at larryjoetaylor.com. 

Four-day advance tickets are $68 or $78 at the gate; three-day advance are $52 or $60 at the gate; two-day advance are $37 or $44 at the gate; and one-day tickets are $19 or $25 at the gate. 

VIP stage seating is available for $250. 

Campsites are also available.