Get excited because the Beer Store presents Toronto's Festival of Beer 2015 tickets are now on sale. While it's still several months away the popularity of the event means that you might want to start thinking about getting your tickets ASAP. If you have a beer enthusiast in your family or among your friends, these tickets make for an excellent holiday gift. Short on holiday funds? No worries, we've got you covered. We're giving away five pairs of tickets to our thirsty readers. Read below to see how to win.
Tickets are now on sale for the annual Toronto Festival of Beer, which takes place between July 24-26, 2015 at Bandshell Park, Exhibition Place. The three day event will include a gobsmacking 300+ beer brands for your enjoyment. You will also be able to lap up delicious food from Toronto's well-established and up-and-coming food joints. Finally, if you attend on Saturday July 25th, you'll take in a headlining performance by alt-rockers 54•40.
Since we're huge fans of this event and want you to experience it first hand, Trend Hunter is giving its readers a chance to win five pairs of tickets for Sunday July 26th. Additionally, Trend Hunter readers looking for a beerfest bargain can use the code word 'TREND' to get $5 off general admission tickets purchased online.
To win* a pair of 2015 Toronto's Festival of Beer tickets, simply tweet us one of the following:
1) your favourite local craft beer
2) food you'd like to try at this year's festival
3) your favourite 54•40 song
See you all at Bandshell Park in July. Cheers!
*Winners must be 19+ and live in the Toronto area to pickup their physical tickets from our Queen West location.
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