The only thing better than spending a night at the beautiful San Antonio Botanical Garden is spending a night there... with brews. While it may not be possible to make this an everyday occurrence, it does take place at least a couple of times a year as a very special event. This event is known as Brews and Blooms, which is held at the iconic garden with enough brew to last all night long. Sign us up, please! 

On Saturday, September 14 from 6 to 10 p.m., you can join people from all over for a night of gorgeous scenery and tasty craft beer. There's nothing else quite like it. At 6 p.m. is when premium ticket holder entry begins and at 7 p.m. general admission ticket holders join in on the fun. There'll be over 40 local and regional craft breweries helping make this event possible, and we couldn't be more grateful.

Ticket prices range from $17 to $70 depending on the package you want to go with, the higher you go the more perks you get. But no matter what, everyone will be having the same amount of fun. Throughout the fest, there'll be live music from Nova Lux and The Shiny Knights to jam and dance to. There'll also be tons of tasty food trucks with endless options to fill your stomach, we don't want to just have delicious beer all night. Or do we?

As if live music, craft beer, and delicious food wasn't enough, the hosts have even more fun in store. Giant lawn games, vendor booths, and an adorable photo booth will be there to put the cherry on top of an already great night. Tickets are selling fast, so get your's today to make your fall season that much better.

Brews and Blooms

Price: 💸 to 💸💸

Cuisine: Tons of food trucks!

Address: 555 Funston Pl, San Antonio, Texas 78209

Why you need to go: This is such a fun event with an endless amount of things to do. You'll have fun with friends, family and get to meet tons of new people who share the same likes as you... especially craft beer.

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