Must be 18 years or older to attend this event.
Come celebrate winter indoors with an array of beers and good music at the 2019 WinterFest Beer Festival!
When? Saturday, January 5th
The Brews: Enjoy over 40 varieties of regional brews and ciders.
The Eats: The Beech Mountain Brewing Company Taproom and Grill will offer a selection of Americana food to compliment your brews. Food must be purchased separately.
The Entertainment: The festival features live music on the main stage from The Broadcast and Shelby Rae Moore. Commemorate the event with a free photo booth from Boone Photo Booth!
The Cause: This event benefits OVAAT (One Vet At A Time). OVAAT is an organization built on the belief that it takes a community to hold each other accountable and lift up our brothers and sisters. OVAAT is dedicated to delivering the tools needed for our service members integration back into society and thereafter. They are also committed to providing the proper resources to individuals that are reaching out, to veterans and their families, and anyone affiliated with the military lifestyle. We Can So You Can Foundation holds the permit for all donations at this event.
The Lodging and Transportation: Beech Mountain Resort operates a free shuttle bus to and from the event to the following locations; Pinnacle Inn, Beech Alpen Inn, Top of Beech Inn, and 4 Seasons at Beech. Additional lodging can be found at Beech Mountain Chalet Rentals, Accommodations Center, and Beech Mountain Realty.
The Cost: General Admission tickets can be purchased for $35 until the day of the event. General Admission Day Of tickets can be purchased for $45. Designated Drivertickets can be purchased for $15. All ticket revenue will go directly to the We Can So You Can Foundation.
Live Music with The Broadcast & Shelby Rae Moore
The Broadcast is a soulful blues roots rock band bursting at the seams- fronted by explosive vocalist Caitlin Krisko taking cue from early 70s classic rock. Since 2013, The Broadcast has released two full-length studio albums and performed over 1,000 shows across the United States and Europe from intimate house concerts to sold out amphitheaters. This is a band on the brink of something taste makers are taking note of. Three decades from now, a documentary filmmaker in search of his next rockumentary will come across The Broadcast and realize he’s hit gold. The story of the rock and soul outfit not only comes with its own high-octane soundtrack, it hits on all the key points: Challenges are overcome, miles are logged, performances are slain and an oft-jaded music industry is enticed. There’s dancing. There’s a love story.
Shelby Rae Moore a famous local artist with a wide range of vocals and music genres. At barely twenty years of age, she has been wowing audiences for years with her voice, style, poise, stage presence and repertoire.