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The First Spiked Seltzer Festival Is Coming To Atlanta On April 3rd

Jack Rattenbury Jack Rattenbury

The First Spiked Seltzer Festival Is Coming To Atlanta On April 3rd

Seltzer Land is here, and it’s kicking off seltzer season!

Although hard seltzers are refreshing year round, they’ve become somewhat synonymous with warmer months—think sitting on the beach, on a boat, or just an outdoor party. With that in mind, it makes perfect sense for Seltzer Land festival to kick of what we’re now deeming “seltzer season.”

Credit: Cannonball Productions

Seltzer Land is the first-of-its-kind nationally touring hard seltzer festival that’ll bring over 100 hard seltzer varieties to nine cities around the country this spring. The event will feature hard seltzer brands such as White Claw, Corona Hard Seltzer, Bon & Viv, Willie’s Superbrew, Crook & Marker, Wild Basin Boozy Sparkling Water, SeekOut Real Hard Seltzer and Itz Spritz, along with countless more.

Credit: Cannonball Productions

All of these bubbly beverages will be available to taste at the Fox Creek Golf Course & Driving Range on Saturday April 3rd, 2021—in addition to bites from local restaurants, live music, photo ops, and immersive experiences like their bubble ball pit! General Admissions tickets to the event are currently at $29 pre-sale (before fees and tax), and gets you access to three hours of unlimited hard seltzers, the bubble ball pit, games (like corn hole and spike ball), a commemorative tasting glass, and access to sparkle bar to glam up your day! There is also a VIP ticket option offering early access, an exclusive lounge, a full 12-oz can of hard seltzer, surprise cocktails, and treats for $49 (before fees and tax).

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Don’t forget to book your tickets, Atlanta!

Other cities this festival will be traveling to in the spring include: Minneapolis, Chicago, NYC, Seattle, Nashville, Boston, Philadelphia, Denver, and Austin. for all the details head to the Seltzer Land site.

Main image source: Courtesy of Cannonball Productions

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