Ticket Sales Start for Cape Cod Brew Fest

Reserve your place now for October event, still accepting vendors
Photo courtesy of Cape Cod Brew Fest

Falmouth, MA — Ticket sales opened today for the Cape Cod Brew Fest, which will be held on October 14th, 2017 at the Cape Cod Fairgrounds. The event is celebration of American craft brewers, and tickets include samples from 75+ breweries and more than 200 styles of beer, live musicians, food trucks and dozens of additional vendors. The event is produced by Gray Matter Marketing, which also hosts the national Craft Brew Race series, Rhode Island Brew Fest, and a number of running events in the northeast.

“We’re looking forward to returning to Falmouth and putting on another great event,” says Matt Gray, President of Gray Matter Marketing. “We feature both local and national brewers and vendors to give our participants the opportunity to engage with their favorite breweries and to try new beers as well.” In addition, a portion of every ticket sold will benefit the Barnstable County Agricultural Society.

Tickets for the event are $45, and include entry into the festival, all beer samples, and a souvenir pint glass. The Cape Cod Brew Fest and Gray Matter Marketing urge all attendees to enjoy their time responsibly. We recommend participants designate a sober driver or arrange transportation. We are happy to offer designated driver tickets for $15, so that the sober driver can enjoy the festival’s great atmosphere, included snacks and non-alcoholic drinks, food trucks and live music, and offer a safe ride home.

The Cape Cod Brew Fest is a private, ticketed, 21+ event. No one without a ticket or under the legal age will be admitted, including designated drivers, minors, children, infants and babies. No pets allowed.

For more information, and to purchase tickets, visit www.CapeCodBrewFest.com

Breweries and vendors can email [email protected] for information on taking part in the festival.


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