Astoria Community Event Kicks Off on Saturday June 21st for Summer Solstice 2014!
WHEN: The First Day of Summer: Saturday June 21st 2014 from 12-8pm.
WHERE to START: The event kicks off at KATCH Astoria (located at 3119 Newtown Ave)
At Katch, attendees can check-in and pick up their event gear, including a wrist band, a Backpack, Visor and shot glass.
Throughout the day, attendees will be directed to over 20 bars in Astoria where they will enjoy food and drink specials including a free gin tasting, extreme specials on craft beer, wine, sangria and mixed drinks, Free BBQ and more! Free snacks including pop chips and Hint Water will be available throughout the day as well as free activities such as Pool. At check-in all attendees will be given a map where they can check out the route and all the specials!
28-50 31st St @ 30th Ave
34-55 32nd St
41-19 30th Ave
Max Bier & Brats
4702 30th Avenue
3401 30th Avenue
36-05 30th Avenue
4502 30th Ave @ 46th St
33-02 34th Ave
27-01 23rd Ave
Bowery Bay Bar
19-33 Ditmars Blvd.
4722 30th Ave
32-07 36th Ave
37-11 30th Ave
36-10 30th Ave
34-27 28th Ave
37-06 30th Ave
WHERE to END: The event ends at Break Billiards and Bar at 32-04 Broadway.
Break Billiards and Bar is the official after party where attendees can enjoy a final ceremony including raffles and a chance to win a cocktail mixology basket, $50 gift cards to local restaurants, a book from the Brooklyn Brew Shop and more!
Featuring Queens Courage Gin from the Astoria Distilling Company, Blue Point Beer, cocktails, drink specials and free snacks for all to enjoy!
Plus, all attendees will be invited to join our APP on Stray Boots!
Tickets are $20 in advance. After Memorial Day, Monday May 26th Ticket Prices will increase to $30. At the door tickets are $40. This Event Will Sellout. Tickets are available on Eventbrite and a portion of proceeds will benefit the Childhood Cancer Society.
Join us on social media with HashTag #AstoriaTourDeBar.
A BIG Thanks to our Sponsors:
When & Where
To Benefit the Childhood Cancer Society
Every child deserves to be surrounded by the special love of family during illness. The reality of the situation is that not every family has the means to do so, especially if medical treatment takes them far away from home. Childhood Cancer Society (CCS) provides funds for medical care, accommodations, and travel expenses to make it possible for families in need to obtain the necessary care for their children and to be with them when out of town hospitalization and treatment is required. Childhood Cancer Society is a 100% volunteer organization meaning that no salaries are paid and 100% of revenues are used to help families and bring awareness to the cause. CCS is a non-profit organization that is tax exempt under the Federal Income Tax section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.