New Times Beerfest VIP Tickets Are Half Price Today

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New Times Beerfest arrives on Saturday, November 12. And it's going to be a lot more affordable and fancy if you pay attention today.

All of the VIP trimmings of unlimited exclusive food (via Bravo Ristorante, Charm City Burger Company, New River Pizza, Pizza Fusion, and Artisan Bakery) as well as free liquor samples, all the beer you can drink, and the best seating near the stage for Sister Hazel's performance can be yours for 50 percent of what it'll cost you at the door -- but only until midnight tonight. Get your tickets below.

As a part of today's Voice Daily Deal, the regular price of $80 for a VIP Beerfest ticket has been chopped to a manageable $40.

With more than 4,500 people expected to attend, make it easier on yourself and get the ticket for only $10 more than a general admission would cost. Every part of your body will thank you.

Get your half-price Beerfest 2011 tickets here.

The 14th-annual New Times Beerfest. With Sister Hazel and

Bobby Lee Rogers. 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday, November 12, at Esplanade Park,

20 N. New River Drive, Fort Lauderdale. Tickets cost $30, $40 at the

door; VIP tickets cost $70, $80 at the door. Click here.

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