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Annapolis Craft Beer and Music Festival Set for Sept. 21




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    Sample sips from craft breweries and groove to live entertainment at  the Annapolis Craft Beer and Music Festival, coming up Sept. 21.

    The Navy-Marine Coprs Stadium (550 Taylor Ave.) will host the event from noonto 6 p.m. Regional and national craft breweries will be serving up their faves as guests listen to live music and browse wares from local shops. 

    Participating breweries include Union, Lagunitas, Heavy Seas, Old Dominion, Port City and more.

    Beer fans will also have the opportunity to attend educational seminars on topics ranging from craft beer 101 to cooking with beer. Live music will come from several local bands and performers, with genres ranging from country to R&B.

    General admission is $40; designated driver tickets are $20. Teens ages 13-21 are admitted for $10 and kids under 13 are free with an accompaynig paying adult.

    Hurry to get your tickets, because the first 100 sold are reduced to $30. Tickets are available online.