Drink Beer, while you support ART!!! Yes our PIck of the Week is BAM Fest…LSat-Sept24-2016-BAMFestos 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!

Participating Breweries:
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.

AWUBAMBEERll 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
Phone: 310-828-1912
Website: http://18thstreet.org/bam/