Festival-goers enjoy Beau's Oktoberfest in Vankleek Hill in 2015. Photo Tara Kirkpatrick.

Chug-a-Lug! Beau’s Oktoberfest earlybird tickets on sale until June 18

Beau’s Oktoberfest, Vankleek Hill’s award-winning celebration of craft beer, community, food, music, and Bavarian culture, returns Friday, September 22 and Saturday, September 23 for its 9th annual edition.

Earlybird tickets for the event are on sale now through June 18. Single-day passes are $29, while a ticket for both Friday and Saturday is $39. After Father’s Day, regular admission price will be $32 for single-day, or $45 for both days. Tickets include a voucher for your first beer or other beverage.

Musical guests slated for this year’s event include: The Rheostatics, John K. Samson & the Winter Wheat, The Planet Smashers, I.D.A.L.G, Julie & The Wrong Guys, and Grammy award-winning “Polka King”, Walter Ostanek.

The event will feature 17 of Beau’s beers–the most offered to date– as well as over 50 guest taps. Twenty-eight booths from restaurants across Ontario and Québec will be on hand to serve up Bavarian-inspired cuisine.

Round trip transportation will be available from Montréal, Ottawa, and Cornwall, as well as camping space, for those interested.

Visit http://www.beausoktoberfest.ca/ for more details and complete event listings.

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