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New Times' Beerfest VIP Tickets: Half-Price Is Nice

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It's never too early to plan for big events -- weddings, birthdays, Christmas, Beerfest.  We're suggesting you place a big red circle around March 31, because that's the day Beerfest 2012 takes over Huizenga Plaza in Fort Lauderdale.

The 15th-annual New Times Original Beerfest will feature more than 100

beer samples, live music, local restaurants, and the college basketball

championship games on Jumbotrons. A portion of the evening's proceeds

will benefit the Starlight Children's Foundation, which provides entertainment and support to children with life-threatening illnesses. 

VIP tickets for Beerfest include unlimited samples of premium craft beer not available to general-admission ticket holders, delicious food from local restaurants, liquor, access to

the tented VIP area, and premium stage views. Normally $75, VIP tickets for Beerfest are being offered for only $37 through Voice Daily Deals. That means you can party like a big shot on a beer budget (and there'll be plenty of beer for the buck).

The offer is good today only, so buy your tickets now -- because Beerfest will be here before you know it.


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