San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Friday | June 9th | 6-9pm
Presented by: Corporate Copy Print
Do you enjoy good wine and craft beer?
If so, we have a special event coming up and we want you to be part of it! Please join us on June 9th, from 6-9pm for our 6th Annual Wine & Brew Walk fundraising event. This event just keeps growing and growing, year after year. This is a fundraiser for the preservation and beautification of the Historic Independence Square.
Participants will be provided with a souvenir wine glass to sample wines & beer from multiple wineries and breweries as they sip, swirl and stroll in and out of various retail & restaurant locations on the Independence Square.
Whether you purchase your ticket in advance or the day of the event (limited quantity available), all attendees will start at the event check-in location at the Exchange Event Space located at 113 W. Lexington Avenue (Street level at the Courthouse Exchange Restaurant). Entry for VIP ticket holders will begin at 5pm – General admission ticket holders will begin at 6pm.
§ VIP Tickets - $35 (limited quantity available)
§ Advance tickets $20
§ Tickets at the door $25
VIP Experience - The VIP Experience will allow you to enter one hour prior to the General Admission ticket holders. The VIP Experience allows you sit back and relax in the VIP area before the event begins and includes a cocktail along with tasty food pairings to begin the night. VIP Tickets are $35.
General admission advance tickets are $20 before 6/9/17 or $25 at the door. General admission check-in will begin at 6pm.
After the event ends we invite you to stick around and enjoy live music on the patio at Courthouse Exchange beginning at 9pm and also at Diamond Bowl. Enjoy appetizer and drink specials, as well as bowling & baseball!
For questions or more information, please contact Jeff Rogers at (816) 461-0065.
SPECIAL THANKS TO THE PARTICIPATING WINERIES:
Check back as we are continually welcoming more wineries & breweries to our event!
benefiting the beautification of the Independence Square