ATLANTIC CITY — The eighth annual Atlantic City Beer & Music Festival topped its forerunner again last Friday and Saturday, April 5-6, at the Atlantic City Convention Center. To see a photo gallery of the event, click here.
The ‘Celebration of the Suds’ satisfied over 20,000 beer-and-music fans with not only the latest in libations from over 100 craft breweries, but fantastic food from area establishments like Harry’s Oyster Bar, the Palm, the Mussel Bar & Grille, Tony Boloney’s, the Tun Tavern and others.
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Headline music acts included the Bouncing Souls, Rev. Horton Heat and Rusted Root, amusements featured a free see-sawing “mustache ride,” football place kicking contest, dunk tank, silent disco, giant sand sculpture, and seminars and vendors of all sorts.
Bagpipers, barbershop quartets and live original bands including Westgate, A Wilhelm Scream, Belgrade, Continental, Soihadoo and Cheers Elephant rounded out the live entertainment. One dollar from every ticket sold went to benefit the Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund.
Suds enthusiasts are already eagerly anticipating its 2014 return.