Music by The Black Lillies, Steep Canyon Rangers & Ryan Montbleau Band fills the night as guests scoop up local beer & tasty eats
- Expires May 13, 2012
- May buy multiple as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Valid for admission starting at 6pm. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Must be 21 or older with valid ID to purchase alcoholic beverages.
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- $3 for an evening festival admission for one child (a $7 value); evening admission starts at 6 p.m.
- $5 for evening festival admission for two children (a $14 value)
- $7 for an evening festival admission for one adult (a $15 value)
- $13 for evening festival admission for two adults (a $30 value)
- $24 for evening festival admission for four adults (a $60 value)
On Saturday, May 12, revelers descend on the North Carolina Brewers and Music Festival for an evening of live entertainment. Starting at 6 p.m., guests can drink in the musical stylings of The Black Lillies, Steep Canyon Rangers, and the Ryan Montbleau Band. More than 20 North Carolina brewers, including Big Boss Brewing, Kind Beers, and Lonerider Brewing, stand at the ready with their finest craft brews.North Carolina Brewers and Music Festival Presented by Rural Hill
As the sun melts into the horizon, the opening chords of an ebullient country song rip through the evening air, coaxing stomps from even the most stoic of feet. Energetic audience members dust off their dance moves and sing along with the music between sipping lagers. The second-annual North Carolina Brewers and Music Festival is coming to an end, and its guests are determined to celebrate under the unfurling night sky until the notes of the last encore fade away.
Presented by Rural Hill, the rollicking festival takes over the historic farmlands of Huntersville, delighting guests with 10 hours of live music, eats, and brew-centric activities. Throughout the day, festival booths bustle as North Carolina’s top brewers showcase their libations via tastings and educational sessions, and chefs flood the air with the aromas of sizzling fare including vegetarian options. Young festival-goers keep busy with engaging children’s activities and wishing they were old enough to sample the festival's sudsy wares. As the clock strikes noon, the festival stage comes alive with a lineup of bands and musicians performing all manner of music, from country to prog-rock to bluegrass.
Guests are also welcome to continue the celebrations into Sunday morning by spending the night at the festival campsite in tents, RVs, or the branches of surrounding trees. All festival proceeds go toward Historic Rural Hill, a nonprofit historical site that presents educational field trips and cultural events throughout the year.