Rain forces rescheduling of annual on-field beer tasting
By: Riverdogs Media
The RiverDogs’ annual Ballpark Festival of Beers, presented by The Kickin’ Chicken, has been postponed to Saturday, October 19. Originally scheduled for Saturday, August 17, the event has been rescheduled in light of recent weather forecasts, which project a significant chance of heavy rain and thunderstorms throughout the day.
All tickets, both VIP and general admission, will be good for the new date; attendees should hold on to their original tickets, which will be good for admission on October 19. Additional tickets will be available for sale at rileyparkevents.com.
About the Ballpark Festival of Beers
The Ballpark Festival of Beers, in its 17th year, is a beer-tasting event featuring more than 25 breweries, both domestic and international, serving up a wide variety of suds. Like any beer festival, there will be more than just the cold stuff going down smooth — various musical acts and food trucks help make the experience a memorable one.
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