Historic Rock Hill Announces Second Annual “Tap The Rock” World-Class Breweries and rare beers coming to Historic Rock Hill Craft Beer Festival on September 16, 2017
ROCK HILL, SC, July 18, 2017 –– Historic Rock Hill is brewing some fun and gearing up for Rock Hill’s largest single-day craft beer festival.
Presented by Historic Rock Hill and the Main Street Bottle Shop, the second annual TAP THE ROCK craft beer festival will bring together more than 40 craft breweries and attract hundreds of beer enthusiasts to bond over their common love of beer on Saturday, September 16 from 3-7p.m. (VIP section opens at 2pm). TAP THE ROCK will showcase interesting and unique craft beers for all to sample and food trucks will be onsite serving up some of the South’s tastiest savory fare. VIP ticket holders will have access to exclusive rare beers and wine tastings.
Each $40 general admission ticket includes admittance to the craft beer sampling area, where guests will use their commemorative festival sampling glass to taste craft beer from some of the best craft breweries in the country. General admission tickets for HRH Members is $35. For $75, guests can purchase a VIP ticket, which includes early admission into the festival at 2pm, access to the private VIP beer garden, wine tastings and catered food. Designated driver tickets are also available at reduced rates. Tickets are limited, so get yours now at www.taptherock.org!
A GREAT WAY TO SAVE: Become a festival sponsor! Sponsorships are available now, which include ticket packages, benefits and other festival perks. Sponsorship levels & benefits and volunteer opportunities can also be viewed on the TAP THE ROCK website or by contacting Historic Rock Hill at 803.329.1020 or email@example.com.
Proceeds raised will benefit Historic Rock Hill’s historic White Home and help support the organization’s historic preservation programs and initiatives. A private 501C3, Historic Rock Hill is a membership-based organization and does not receive any ongoing public funding, relying solely on the donations of individuals and businesses in the private sector. Its mission is to “Preserve and protect the historic resources of Rock Hill, SC, and enhance the livability of its historic areas through offering educational programs, hosting special events and community activities, and by leading preservation initiatives.”