Your Colorado summer afternoon just got better! Join us to taste beer from local and regional craft breweries, enjoy live music performances, and play classic lawn games at the 5th Annual Rocky Mountain Beer Festival Tour!
Formerly the Rocky Mountain Pizza & Pints Festival, we've expanded to a full-fledged beer festival tour with two summer dates in two Colorado cities - Saturday, June 22nd at Louisville Community Park and Monday, September 2nd at the Boulder Creek Hometown Festival. On both dates, the Festival opens at 1:00pm and the taps close at 6:00pm.
Participating breweries TBA
Still not convinced? Here's just one more reason to attend - Boulder Creek Events gives back to the community! $1 from every ticket sold to the 2019 RMBF will benefit a local charity (TBA).
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Entrance to the Festival grounds is free and open to all ages and includes access to food vendors, live music performances, and lawn games. To taste the beers, you must have a ticket package and valid ID.
The following ticket packages are available for those 21 years old and up with a valid ID:
Wet Your Whistle | $30 early bird | $35 in advance | $45 at the door
With the Wet Your Whistle ticket, you'll have access to try all beers from all breweries! After your ID check, you'll receive an All-Access wristband and RMBF Sampler Cup to use during the Festival and keep as a souvenir.
Sippin' Sampler | $15 early bird | $16.50 in advance | $20 at the door
Want to try a few beers, but don't want to commit to the unlimited package? The Sippin' Sampler includes (4) individual tickets to exchange for (4) beer samples of your choice! Please note that this package does not include a souvenir RMBF Sampler Cup. Change your mind and want to go all in? Don't worry, you can upgrade on-site to the all-access Wet Your Whistle package - just find a member of the RMBF staff.
Parking is limited so we recommend carpooling, ridesharing, biking, or walking to the Festival grounds.