The VCBW Craft Beer and Music Festival announced today that it will be making a return to Vancouver this July. According to the popular summer festival’s announcement, this year’s two-day event will be bigger and better than ever before.
More than 150 craft beers and cider from breweries and cideries around the globe are expected to be on location throughout the festival, including local favourites such as 33 Acres Brewing, House of Funk, Neighbourhood Brewing, Barnside Brewing, and many more. Festival-goers can also look forward to a fantastic array of local fare from restaurants and pop-ups like Rosie’s BBQ and Smokehouse, Jamoneria by ARC, Wandering Mollusk Oyster Bar, and BKH Singaporean-style BBQ.
Unlike previous iterations, this year’s festival will also feature two full days of live musical performances from artists like Toronto’s Bedouin Sounclash, Montreal’s Half Moon Run, and Vancouver’s Titus Bank.
The VCBW Craft Beer and Music Festival is set to take place on July 9 and 10. More information about the event along with ticket package options can be found online.