Durham, N.C. — Organizers said there are still some tickets left for Sunday's Bull City Food and Beer Experience.
The event, which is being held at the Durham Performing Arts Center, will feature 20 Durham restaurants pairing food with beer from North Carolina breweries. There will also be selections from 30 craft and specialty import breweries. The owners of three of the premier craft breweries in the country, Ken Grossman (Sierra Nevada), Kim Jordan (New Belgium) and Dale Ketechis (Oskar Blues), will be keynote speakers.
Bluegrass band Mipso will provide music.
Tickets start at $75 and are available through the DPAC, Ticketmaster and on the event website.
General admission tickets get you unlimited food and beverage samplings, a souvenir glass and tasting notebook. There will be a limited number of Imperial VIP Tickets available, which also get you an exclusive event poster, T-shirt, private access to a VIP tasting lounge, tastings of rare spirits and beer, reserved seating in the first four rows and admission 30 minutes early.
You must be at least 21 years old to attend the event and must bring a valid photo ID.
The Bull City Food and Beer Experience is a fundraiser for the Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association, which is dedicated to restoring Ellerbe Creek. It is presented by the DPAC Tyler's Restaurant and Taproom and Sam's Quik Shop.
Look for our photos from this event this weekend on Out and About!