It's almost here! Portland on Tap 2023 is coming right up this weekend, and we can't wait to party with you.
While the first session has already sold out, there are still some tickets left for the afternoon session.
It all goes down at the Cross Insurance Arena on Saturday, February 4, 2023.
The second session takes place from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and will be serving up so many great beers for you to try.
Feel free to check out the list of 80+ beers at the event. Feeling thirsty?
As you sip on your drinks, you'll also get to listen to the sounds of Holly Heist, known as one of New England’s best rock and pop cover acts featuring frontman Alex Roy of Sparks the Rescue.
General admission tickets are $52.50, so go ahead and get them now!
Time is running out for you to come, so don't wait. It's going to be the party of the season.
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