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You Can Taste Over 200 Different Drinks At A Beer, Wine & Cocktail Fest In Houston This Spring

But you should probably just stick to, like, 10.

While we were humble enough to forego another epic World Series win this season, the Minute Maid Park will still be seeing their victory this Spring. On March 21, the epic ball field will transform into Houston's Craft Beer, Wine, and Cocktail Festival.

There will be more than 200 city-favorite beverage options from vendors lining the stadium on Saturday, March 21.

Aside from cocktails, beer, and wine, you can expect DJs and live entertainment, games (like giant Jenga), and even a pretzel necklace-making station.

Presale ticket sales were opened up just this week so grab a pair now!

You can get the base General Admission ticket for $29.95. This ticket gets you access to the 200+ booze options on the field, admission to the after-party, a commemorative sample glass, live entertainment, giveaways, and more.

They also offer a VIP ticket for $39.95 and an Ultra-VIP ticket for $59.95.

That ensures you’ll get all that same GA jazz, plus early access into the event, private entry, access to the private VIP area, an additional wine bar, and even a VIP restroom (their brag, not mine).

If you decide to splurge on the Ultra-VIP ticket, you’ll also get two Astros tickets, exclusive beers and wines to taste, and access to an extra-special VIP area away from all the totally average VIP ticket holders.

Due to some funky Texas laws, each ticket will only get you 16 sampling tickets (each drink requires one ticket). However, you can buy extra sample tickets for just $5.

But maybe take it easy before you drop a few Monroes, as they won’t be serving any food at the event.

But if good food is what you're after, don't miss the Houston Food Fest this May, or the Tomball German Fest's delicious schnitzels.

Houston All-Star Festival

Price: $30-60

When: March 21, 2020

Address: 501 Crawford St, Houston, TX

Why you need to go: For tons of samples of all the best Houston booze on the iconic Astros stomping ground.


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