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Motley Brews’ Downtown Brew Festival to Light Up Las Vegas for Seventh Year

Motley Brews’ Downtown Brew Festival to Light Up Las Vegas for Seventh Year
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’ backyard beer bash, Downtown Brew Festival (DBF), will return to the Clark County Amphitheater for its seventh year from 5-9 p.m., with early entry and VIP entry at 4 p.m., on Saturday, Oct. 20 (Photo credit: Fred Morledge)

Touted as one of the largest craft beer festivals in Las Vegas, second only to Motley Brew’s Great Vegas Festival of Beer, DBF will unite craft beer enthusiasts with more than 250 beers from 70 breweries, some of the city’s finest chefs and live music.

“Downtown Brew Festival has become a favorite annual event among Las Vegas locals,” said Brian Chapin, founder of Motley Brews. “The combination of the lights, music and amazing craft beer has struck a chord among loyal and new attendees, which is why the festival continues to grow in experience and attendance every year.”

Downtown Brew Festival has sold out for the past five years and combines the vibe of a backyard party with a craft beer festival, complete with live music and a nighttime setting under strings of lights and a canopy of stars. Another sell-out crowd of more than 4,200 guests is anticipated for the evening event, which will also showcase incredible culinary offerings at ‘Festaurant Row.’

Tickets to Downtown Brew Festival start at $35 plus fees for general admission, which include access to the event from 5 to 9 p.m. along with a tasting glass, unlimited beer samples and more. Early admission tickets are also available, with entry at 4 p.m. and access to exclusive beers, priced at $45 plus fees. VIP tickets are available for $80 plus a service fee, and include early entry at 4 p.m., access to the VIP Pavilion Lounge, which includes limited-release and unique beers, a decadent spread of beer-inspired cuisine prepared by local chefs and more. Tickets are limited and available now at www.downtownbrewfestival.com.

In addition to supporting deserving, local non-profits, one dollar of each ticket sold will benefit the victims of the Oct. 1 tragedy. More information about Downtown Brew Festival is on Facebook at www.facebook.com/downtownbrew, Twitter and Instagram @MotleyBrews, or online at www.downtownbrewfestival.com.