Langley, July 8, 2022 – Red Door Events Inc, operators of Brewhalla Beer & Music Festival series, announced tickets for their inaugural Brewhalla North Vancouver are officially on sale Friday July 8th. Early Bird tickets are $45 and available until Monday August 8th when the price will increase to $50. Tickets include admission to the festival, a 4oz commemorative tasting glass, 3 tasting tokens, live music from more than 10 local artists & bands and access to over 50 different local craft beers, ciders, wine & more.
Brewhalla North Vancouver
- Friday October 7th
- 5pm – 10pm
- The Shipyards
- 50+ craft beers to sample (plus cider, wine, kombucha, seltzer)
- Live Music performances on two stages from 10+ diverse local artists and bands
- Food trucks serving tacos, burgers, donairs, mac & cheese, BBQ, mini donuts and more!
“North Vancouver has grown into one of the biggest craft beer hubs in the lower mainland over the last few years. Pair that with the deep history of The Quay, the rich culture on the North Shore, and the community that The Shipyards has built, North Vancouver was a no brainer as a venue for our next festival”, says Hannah Brown, Event Manager at Red Door Events.
The team at Red Door Events has been working closely with the City of Vancouver and local BIA on the organization of this event, and all parties are excited to bring the first 19+, ticketed event to The Shipyards! For more information on what breweries are attending, the music lineup, how to become a vendor, volunteer opportunities, and more, head to their website www.brewhalla.ca
About Red Door Events Inc.
Red Door Events Inc. was established in 2018 as a sister company to Trading Post Brewing out of a genuine desire to bring communities together. Building off the success of the Fort Langley Beer & Food Festival, Red Door launched the Summerset Music & Arts Festival in 2019 followed by Noel, a Christmas light show & spectacle in Calgary & Milwaukee. Their newest venture, the Brewhalla Beer & Music Festival Series, has expanded their events into new communities in the lower mainland