Tickets are now on sale for Motley Brews’ 2015 Great Vegas Beer Festival (GVFB), Nevada’s largest craft beer event, on Saturday, April 11, 2015. During the fifth annual GVFB, beer enthusiasts, brewers and culinary masterminds will join together to celebrate the lifestyle surrounding the craft beer movement in the streets of Downtown Las Vegas.
After a record turnout in 2014, Motley Brews will once again host GVFB near Fremont East Entertainment District, returning with more beer and vastly expanded culinary options. In addition, the festival offers enhanced programming with revamped BrewLogic educational sessions and a full afternoon of live music. The 2015 festival’s beer list will offer guests the choice of more than 300 brews from over 100 different breweries. In addition, the culinary menus, located in the signature Gastropub, will draw from the talent of more than one dozen prominent Las Vegas chefs.
“We’re doing more this year to evolve the festival experience beyond a traditional beer sampling,” said Brian Chapin, founder of Motley Brews. “There was a great response from guests during the debut of the Gastropub and BrewLogic at last year’s festival. We want to continue to explore the diversity of craft beer through innovative ideas to keep the festival fresh and exciting for beer lovers and novices alike.”
Early Bird tickets are available for General Admission (GA) for $30; Early Entry for $40; and VIP for $75 through Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015. Tickets holders that purchase Early Bird tickets receive the best value to experience the festival. Regular ticket pricing will take effect on Monday, Jan. 12, 2015.
Saturday, April 11, 2015
* Open to Early Entry & VIP ticketholders at 2 p.m.
Fremont East in Downtown Las Vegas
- General Admission: $30 and up
- Early Entry: $40 and up
- Brewers Lounge VIP: $75 and up
*Fees and taxes are not included
Motley Brews is once again proud to partner with the Nevada Craft Brewers Association (NCBA), a nonprofit advocacy group, to support local craftsmen and prominently feature great Nevada beers at the festival. A portion of ticket sales will be donated to the NCBA and the participating brewers will introduce rare specialty beers brewed exclusively for the fifth annual Great Vegas Festival of Beer. More information can be found at the event website, on Facebook or on Twitter.