Early bird tickets are now on sale for the popular Okanagan Fest of Ale in Penticton next year.
On April 14 and 15, the 19+ festival will return to the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre, featuring beer, cider, food and live entertainment. More than 150 beverages will be there to try.
The festival has been held outdoors in recent years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and organizers are excited that the 26th edition will be back at the PTCC where it belongs.
"With the positive response from our attendees at the outdoor event last May, we are planning a hybrid model, where we will utilize both indoor and outdoor spaces offered at the PTCC and plan to expand our usual outdoor space” said Simon St Laurent, president of the Okanagan Fest of Ale Society.
Tickets are now on sale. Early bird prices are $35 plus fees and taxes or $50 for the whole weekend.
Early bird prices end Feb. 28. Proceeds from ticket sales always go to local charities and non-profit organizations, with more than $750,000 raised to date.
“We are realigning with one of the pillars of our mission statement, in having a festival in the shoulder season to encourage patrons to experience the renowned Okanagan hospitality. Our not-for-profit beer festival has always been well received and we are proud of the reputation it has gathered over the past quarter of a century," St Laurent said.
Find tickets online here.