MONTGOMERY, AL - Jubilee CityFest, a River Region celebration and one of Alabama's premier family and music festivals, is excited to host its newest event, BrewFest.
Brewfest will be held on Saturday, May 22nd from 6-10 pm under the Train shed in downtown Montgomery.
BrewFest will allow participants 21 years old and older to come and taste craft beers from around the world and sample food from participating area restaurants.
Tickets are on sale through the Jubilee CityFest website and the Montgomery Visitors Center, Troy University (Whitley Hall Room 400) and at the Maxwell ITT office. Tickets will also be available for purchase at the gate on Saturday.
Prior to the gates opening, BrewFest tickets are $25 to sample all beers and $35 to sample both beers and food. Tickets purchase at the gate will be $30 to sample all beers and $40 to sample both beers and food.
"We are excited to kick off Jubilee CityFest 2010 with several new events, such as the BrewFest," said Ray White, Chief Volunteer Officer. "With all the new events that will be taking place during this year's festival, we hope there is an event or artists for people of all ages."
Beverages are provided by Allstate Beverage Company. Food will be provided from great restaurants such as Texas Roadhouse, Hooters, Dreamland BBQ, Cucos, Wintzell's, Mama Goldberg's, Ruddles, The Alley Bar, The House and the Tipping Point.
Entertainment will be provided by Sam Bonfe, Ziggy and Blue's Old Stand. For a complete listing of restaurants and entertainment for BrewFest, please visit www.JubileeCityFest.org/BrewFest.html