WanderLinger Brewing Holding 3-Day Music And Arts Festival

Thursday, June 17, 2021

WanderLinger Brewing Company 1208 King St., will be having a three-day music and arts festival this coming weekend with 33 local acts.  It will be held outside the existing walls of the tavern in the fenced off parking lot.

 

Mike Dial, owner of the business, told the Chattanooga Beer Board that he hopes to have 600 people at the event.

Tickets can be bought for individual days or for a three-day package. Entrance is $40 for each night on Friday and Saturday and $30 for Sunday. Hours on Friday are from 4 to 10 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday, hours are from 1 to 10 p.m. Entrance will be restricted to ages 21 and up. A special events beer permit was approved by the Chattanooga Beer Board for the three days of this event.

 


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