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HOP SAUCE FESTIVAL RETURNING TO LONG BEACH ISLAND
The third annual Hop Sauce & Beer Festival is scheduled for June 4th in Beach Haven. The Taylor Avenue ball field will once again play host to a wide variety of hot sauces and craft beer. Last year brought 5000 visitors to the site for an afternoon of fun and merriment. Sponsored by Jetty Rock Foundation, Spice it Up and Shore Point Distribution, this year's event promises to be even bigger.
A host of bands from around the country as well as some local talent will be providing the music. Artisans will be set up providing a market style shopping area featuring everything from crafts to fashion to photography and fine art. Of course there will be 23 varieties of hot sauces and a wide variety of beer. Local restaurants will be selling some of their most sought after dishes to round out the day. There will be something for everyone!
Tickets come at 3 price levels: $15-$20 for general admission; $40-$50 for craft beer tasting (must be 21 years of age to participate) and $100 for VIP tickets. The lower prices are for advanced purchased tickets, higher prices are for "at the door admission". VIP tickets give access to a host of extra goodies. Pre-event tickets can be purchased at the Jetty Flagship Store at 509 North Main Street, Manahawkin, NJ or at Spice it Up at the Bay Village Shops in Beach Haven, NJ. On-line tickets are available until 5/26/16 at http://www.jettylife.com.
Come to Beach Haven on June 4th for a good time and at the same time, support a very worthy local charity. It's a WIN - WIN!
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