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Savor the Art of Brewing!

Sample over 80+ craft beers from award-winning breweries. Purchase delicious foods from popular local food trucks as you are entertained by a variety of bands.

 

For the first time, the TAPS & TUNES CRAFT BEER & MUSIC FESTIVAL will be held Saturday, January 30th, 2016 in Centennial Park West, in downtown Fort Myers. Savor the art of craft beer as you sample over 80+ brews from award-winning breweries, and learn the basics of home brewing and tasting. Settled on the edge of the Caloosahatchee River in Centennial Park, enjoy the scenic views of the historic river district and river’s edge, purchase delicious foods from popular local food trucks, and gather near the stage to enjoy world-class entertainment.

Headlining this year is Los Angeles-based duo JOHNNYSWIM, composed of Amanda Sudano (daughter of Donna Summer) and Abner Ramirez. The two began writing and singing together in the spring of 2006 and found their similar influences of folk, soul, and rock blended together lusciously. Their music has recently been featured on VH1’s You Oughta Know Concert, NBC’s Tonight Show, and the HGTV’S Fixer Upper.
Also performing are Fort Myers artists Sheena Brook and For A Season.

Guests may bring chairs, blankets, etc. to set up along the lawn in front of the stage.
Please, no coolers, umbrellas, or outside food or drink.
Photo ID and bags will be checked upon entering.

DISCLAIMER:
Please drink Responsibly at Taps & Tunes Craft Beer & Music Festival!

Alcohol should be used and consumed in a responsible manner.
Alcohol should be used and consumed only by those individuals who are of legal drinking age.
You must be at least 21 years of age to purchase the Beer Tasting or VIP Tickets to the event. DO NOT Drink and Drive, please call a taxi or have a designated driver.
For additional information on responsible alcohol consumption and substance abuse, you may contact The Century Councilwww.centurycouncil.org and The Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration www.samhsa.gov