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Last modified on November 9th, 2018 at 10:35 am
Disclaimer: You will be in the know with oodles of things to do, eat, and drink — fact.
The following events will take place this week. For more information regarding event details, times, and ticket purchases, click the links below each event.
You’ll be foaming over this lineup for this four-day celebration. Bring on the beer mustache.
“The extended weekend event hopes to bring together the local beer-loving community while highlighting Tucson’s local culinary scene. Aside from that, you can expect new merchandise, special beer releases, and local collaborations.” More…
“Crushing your hunger never tasted and looked so great.
At the recently renovated museum, you’ll be surrounded by food from more than 25 of Tucson’s top restaurants and chefs, local wine, beer, spirits, interactive art experiences with muralist Jessica Cooke, and live music by Zona Libre.” More…
“Beer, food, and live music for a good cause.
The Junior League of Tucson, Inc. is partnering with Borderlands Brewing Company for the fourth annual fundraiser “JL Tapped.” Each ticket snags you one of Borderlands Brewing’s beer of your choice, hors d’oeuvres, entry into a raffle, and live music.” More…
It’s basically free. Get your sip on.
“Nékter is known for its cold-pressed juices, acaí bowls, healthy smoothies, and gourmet soft serve yogurts with mostly vegan ingredients.
To show their appreciation, the juice bar will be selling $1 freshly made juices and smoothies. That’s 16 ounces of essential vitamins, nutrients, and brain freeze (if you’re not careful) for a buck. The deal is limited to one per person.” More…
Expertly prepared food samples, drink pairings, cooking demonstrations, live music, fresh produce for sale, and more.
“The event at the AVA Amphitheater hosted by Casino Del Sol and the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance will allow guests to connect with local farms, food artisans, experts, chefs, and advocacy organizations.” More…
In a nutshell, there’ll be food, entertainment, contests, and more in the orchard.
“Roam the grounds of the property for food, great music, dancing, family-friendly activities, wagon rides, tractor pulls, arts and crafts from the Santa Cruz River Valley and surrounding areas, and so much more.
There are going to be a few contests throughout the day, too, if you’re feeling competitive. You can run through the pecan orchard during the Pecan Classic/Nut Run or Family Fun Run, test your might during the Pecan Cracking Contest, or show off your baking skills at the Pecan Pie Contest.
All in all, it’s going to be a nutty time.” More…
Expect AZ breweries at the MSA Annex, live music, and a few food options.
“This is Tap & Bottle’s very first invitational festival and they’ve hand-picked 18 breweries that hail out of Arizona — and beyond — to offer some of their top specialty brews.” More…
Starting on Saturday, the two-day music festival hits it out of the park with its choices of local cookery.
“Music festival experiences are always loads of fun and full of interesting visuals, but this adventure sets it apart from the rest with a culinary encounter like no other. The culinary experience that’s been crafted to get you through the day will be featuring top-notch local food vendors, custom cocktails, and other gourmet experiences.
If you haven’t bought your tickets to the show, grab them quick.” More…
“An educational and delicious opportunity to try something new.
The event is not only about skipping out on meat, it’s also a celebration of what it takes to live as a vegan. There are going to be guest speakers and chefs, fitness talks, live music from local bands and a DJ, giveaways, and the option to purchase vegan clothing, skin care, and artwork.” More…
“The evening will feature Argentinian wine, live music, and a regionally-inspired buffet.
Admission is $65 per adult with wine, $45 per adult without wine. More…
You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy local — it’s kind of the same thing.
“Three Canyon has 16 taps behind the bar but will be serving Tucson beers exclusively. Plus, pastries, sweets, and food from a variety of food trucks will be on site.” More…