It's back! The 17th annual New Times "Original" Beerfest returns to downtown Fort Lauderdale on April 5 with more beer and entertainment than ever before.
We're talking over 100 of the world's best local and international beers -- all yours for the sipping.
The event, located just outside of America's Backyard, runs from 4 to 7 p.m., with VIP'ers getting an extra hour of hopped love at 3 p.m. In addition, VIP ticket holders will enjoy a special area inside Stache speakeasy, with free food, a sponsored bar, and craft beers not available anywhere else.
While you're enjoying your beer, you'll be entertained by SOJA, the 2013 Live Artist of the Year. This eight-piece band has headlined sold-out tours of North and South America, opened for O.A.R. and shared the stage with everyone from Dave Matthews Band to Matisyahu.
Tickets are only $40 for general admission and $65 for VIP (which includes an extra hour of beer and exclusive perks) and go on sale February 3 at 10 a.m.
But you, our loyal readers have the opportunity to purchase tickets before anyone else with our exclusive pre-sale offer. Just visit ticketfly.com and enter code BPREBEER4 to get in on the deal right now.
Then, Tweet to your friends proudly that you're going to Beerfest 2014, proving once and for all that you're the most beer-loving person in the world! #Beerlover #Beerfest #Burp
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