Do food trucks, beer and live performances sound like your thing? If so, be sure to check out the Brewhalla Beer & Music Festival this summer!
After 2 years of cancellations, the festival is back to bringing together the community and highlighting great local companies.
The festival is a fully immersive and interactive beer and music festival which spans across 3 cities in the lower mainland, drinkin’, dancin’ and eatin’ your way across Fort Langley, Port Moody, and North Vancouver.
From home cookin’ to sweet treats, this years line-up of food trucks are sure to satisfy all of your cravings.
While the food looks to die for, you cant forget about the amazing lineup of more than 60 craft beers, with your chance to sip and sample your way through the province. All of the 49 breweries are sure to help you find your new favourite drink of the summer.
Moody Ales sure is brewin’ up a storm these days!
There will also be trucks at the festival with local ciders, kombucha, seltzers, and wine.
While you’re there, you’ll have a chance to listen to local artists performing throughout. From various local one performer bands like Luc LeMan, Phil Bo, to old school country-rock band Me-and May, you’ll be sure to be dancing until your feet hurt.
There will also be a chance for festeval-goers to play fun activities, like various lawn games, while also having the chance to enter into sweet giveaways.
The event is scheduled to start in Fort Langley Park on May 21st, from 12:30pm to 6pm. The next date of the festival will be on August 5th, at Pioneer Memorial Park in Port Moody, it will be from 4pm to 9pm. The last instalment of the festival will be held on September 30th at the Shipyards in North Vancouver, from 4pm to 9pm.