Drink Beer, while you support ART!!! Yes our PIck of the Week is BAM Fest…Los Angeles’ most artful craft beer event is back again on September 24, 2016! 18th Street Arts Center’s signature benefit event, BAM Fest (Beer Art & Music Festival) is better than ever with more of what you love.
The beloved Westside craft beer festival is prized for its trifecta of all things fun–a celebration of cutting-edge contemporary art, world-renowned musical acts, and California’s finest craft beers.
This one-of-a-kind event includes:
• 40+ craft breweries with over 100 different brews
• 3 bands including beloved L.A. punk acts Alice Bag and The Sex Stains
• Contemporary art installations, open artist studios, and artist vendors
• Wineries and gourmet food trucks
You get a BAM Fest tasting glass with unlimited sampling, 4 hours of live music, access to artist studios and galleries, and the delight of drinking some of the best craft beers around–all while supporting an important non-profit organization. It’s a party with a purpose!
Angel City Brewing – 101 Cider House – Boochcraft Kombucha – Ballast Point Brewing – Boston Beer Company – Boomtown Brewery – Boulevard Brewing Company – Dr. Jekyll’s Craft Beer – Drake’s Brewing Company – Santa Monica Brew Works – Enegren Brewing Company – Dogfish Head Brewery – King Harbor Brewing Company – Guinness – Indie Brewing Company – Sixpoint – MacLeod Ale Brewing Company – El Segundo Brewing Company – Firestone Walker Brewing Co. – Golden Road Brewing – The Dude’s Brewing Company – Kinetic Brewing Company – Ladyface Ale Companie – Saint Archer Brewing Company – New Belgium Brewing Company – Transplants Brewing Company – Phantom Carriage Brewery – Three Weavers Brewing – Smog City Brewing Company – Stone Brewing – Strand Brewing Company – Wolf Creek Restaurant & Brewing Company.
All proceeds benefit 18th Street Arts Center, Southern California’s leading residency program for prominent artists from around the world.
As always a diverse selection of six food trucks will provide a bounty of signature dishes that should keep your grumbling stomach at bay. With the marriage of beer, art and music, BAM Fest has brewed a one-of-a-kind fundraising event. This is one craft beer festival you don’t want to miss!
Admission ranges from $20 – $50 per person; To purchase Tickets, CLICK HERE!
For more information about BAM Fest 2016 and 18th Street Arts Centern visit: http://18thstreet.org
What: Opening reception
Where: 18th Street Arts Center, 1639 18th St. Santa Monica, 90404
When: 1:00pm – 5:00pm – Saturday, September 24, 2016