Winter Beer Fest at the Royal Oak Music Theatre: January 26th

What if we told you that an opportunity has presented itself where you, dear reader, have the chance to both sample from over 100 delicious craft beers from around the world AND help out a good cause? Too good to be true, you say? Wrong!

This Saturday, January 26th, the Royal Oak Music Theatre will be playing host to Winter Beer Fest 4. The frothy fest is sponsored by Westborn Markets and benefits the Michigan-based non-profit Camp Casey. Camp Casey is a horse-based therapy program for children with cancer.

At least 15 of the beers will make their Michigan debuts.

In addition to the beer, there will also be food and a live performance by the popular acoustic duo Reggie and Nick.

The festival is set to run from 8pm to midnight.

Tickets

Attendance is, of course, 21 and up. If you are of legal age to imbibe, the ticket options are as follows:

  • $40 in advance (25 beer samplings)
  • $45 at the door (25 beer samplings)
  • $70 in advance (VIP w/ exclusive 7pm tasting hour)
  • $75 at the door (VIP w/ exclusive 7pm tasting hour)

Advance tickets are now available at Westborn Market (3 metro Detroit locations where advance tickets can be purchased, including Berkley, Dearborn and Livonia) and the Royal Oak Music Theatre Box Office (Ph: 248-399-2980).

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Mike G

Mike G

Mike G is a songwriter and local musician, freelance writer, baseball enthusiast, lover of travel, and a terrible mechanic. When MJ graduated from Central Michigan University with a degree in Creative Writing, he was immediately barraged with 'questions' of "What are you gonna do, teach?" He is determined to not get a job teaching. So far, so good. With music, MJ's traveled the country touring on his songs. Having spent time in places from Chicago to Seattle, LA to New Orleans, and Nashville to NYC, he is convinced that Detroit and its 'burbs have the the highest concentration of 'native' songwriting talent anywhere. Eat it, New York. You too, LA. MJ started writing for the Urbane Life in the summer of 2011. He also writes for a handful of other websites as well as an immigration lawyer. He used to work in a publishing house. He's glad he's out.