MUNICH - SEPTEMBER 18: Two people toast with one liter mugs of beer at the Hofbraeuhaus tent on the opening day of the 2004 Oktoberfest September 18, 2004 in Munich, Germany. The annual event, which lasts 16 days, draws over 6 million visitors.

Atlantic City’s Beer & Music Festival has announced its dates for this year. On June 3rd and June 4th, you will be able to enjoy a plethora of beer brands and music from local and national artists. The festival will be held outside at Bader Field and will be held rain or shine.

Beer is included in your ticket and will grant you access to (responsibly) enjoy a selection of nearly 400 beers made by over 100+ breweries from across the globe. Tickets range from $62 to $1,325 and are available for purchase in two categories: general admission and V.I.P.

V.I.P. ticket holders will have access to:

  • Early entry into your session of A.C. Beer Fest (30 Minutes)

  • A welcome toast with festival organizer Jon Henderson

  • Access to VIP Chill Tent

    • Snacks

    • Bottles Water

    • Sunscreen Station

    • Masseuse​

    • Collab Beer Tasting

    • VIP only restrooms

  • Swag Bag

    • A great bag to carry all of that stuff in and to use on your future beer adventures (where permitted)

    • Exclusive VIP-ONLY A.C. Beer Fest t-shirt (you’ll be emailed for your size before the event)

    • A custom VIP pint glass from us at A.C. Beer Fest

    • Various gifts and goodies from our event partners.

In order to participate in the event, all attendees including designated drivers must be at least 21+ years or older. No babies or kids are allowed (even if they are in strollers). For designated drivers, you will be able to park at Bader Field which is managed by the city of Atlantic City. There is a parking fee of $20 per car. Designated Driver tickets are available for $30 at the door.  Designated drivers must be accompanied by a general admission ticket holder.  According to the site, they state that the “designated driver ticket is not a discounted ticket because an attendee doesn’t drink. You’re permitted to enjoy the music, the food, the amusements, and the vendors, just not the beer. Any D.D. that is caught drinking will be removed from the Festival with no warnings.” The festival suggests if you are using a third-party ride-sharing app — i.e. Uber or Lyft — be cognisant that wait times and availability vary and that attendees should secure rides before the event.

As for music, the full line-up has yet to be announced. However, the festival has put together the preliminary set of artists that will be performing here.

Tickets for the event are now on sale.

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