FAQs on our Summer Sessions Concert Series
We're going 99 Shades of Crazy preparing for our first Summer Sessions concert — featuring JJ Grey and Mofro with Thomas Wynn and the Believers opening.
We’ve also compiled this handy list of FAQs for the show:
1. Will tickets be available at the door?
Tickets are $25 each and the show will sell out. Get yours now to guarantee you get in.
2. Is the show outside? Will it be held rain or shine?
Yes and yes. Only the stage is covered, but with the 0% chance of precipitation we’re praying for, we think you’ll be just fine. (Let's all now collectively knock on wood, just to be safe.) There will also be no access to the brewery itself and no re-entry once you've been admitted.
3. Is this an all-ages show?
NO. Only those 21 and older with a valid ID will be admitted. That’s the law. And that include babies and small children, even if they’re strapped to your chest and/or attached with a leash.
4. Are all tickets general admission?
Yes. All spots are first come, first serve.
5. Where do I park?
Parking is on our brewery grounds. Attendants will be on-site all day to direct and showcase of an array of neon-colored vests.
6. Can I bring chairs, blankets, and/or umbrellas?
Due to space constraints and the sake of those around you (umbrella ends in the eye are no fun), we have to say NOPE to all of the above.
7. Is outside food or drink allowed?
Again, NOPE AND NOPE. The only exception to this is unopened bottles of water. (But if you don't BYOW, we'll have free water stations throughout the area.) Aside from our delicious beers, no other alcoholic beverages can be consumed or served on our brewery grounds by law. Food and soda will be available for purchase from the kick ass food trucks we have lined up.
8. So, what’s the deal with beer?
All beer is a la carte and available for purchase for $5 each. From Dead Rise OLD BAY Summer Ale to a cask of Bloodline Blood Orange Ale with cocoa and vanilla, our beer list is a doozy.
9. Are pets allowed?
NO. Trust us, they will have a much better time sneaking onto your bed and taking a long nap than they will dodging beer bellies and beards.
10. Is photography and video allowed?
Yes, as long as it is not professional. Amateur photos and footage for fun, shits (for, not of), and giggles are welcomed and encouraged. While you’re at it, share it with your friends and ours on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
11. I plan on drinking responsibly, but what if I need a cab? Hotel room?
We’ve got you covered. Here's a list of who to call and where to stay. Here's a list of who to call and where to stay.
12. Are any other things prohibited?
Funny you should ask:
- Illegal substances
- Party poopers