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The Gloucester Main Street Association is pleased to announce the 7th Annual Main Street Blues and Brews presented by Split Enz Salon. The 2016 event is set for Saturday, October 8th from 2-7PM at the Tabb House Lawn- 6596 Main Street, Gloucester.
Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy over 20 different handcrafted microbrews from St. George, Williamsburg Alewerks and many more! Hard cider, wine and gluten-free options are available as well.
Joining this year’s festival is Ward Oyster Company of Gloucester. They will be hosting an oyster roast featuring their fresh, local oysters. Guests can purchase special oyster roast tickets for $35 which includes a dozen oysters, 6 craft brew taste tickets, souvenir beer glass and all day access to the music lineup. Additional oysters will be available for purchase. Other food vendors will be onsite.
Besides local beer and oysters, there will be live music from Mercy Creek (2-3), Sarah Williams (3:15-4:15), Bobby “BlackHat” Band (4:30-5:30) and the Ballast Band (5:45-6:45.)
General admission tickets are $20 in advance/$25 at the gate and include a souvenir beer glass, 6 craft brew taste tickets and all day access to the music lineup. Additional beer tastings will be available for purchase.
Main Street Blues and Brews will be held rain or shine. You can buy tickets online and at Kelsick Specialty Market. Call 804-695-0700 or visit mainstreetbluesandbrews.com for more information.
The Gloucester Main Street Association is dedicated to promoting historic Gloucester Main Street, planning & implementing events and attracting additional businesses and residents. All proceeds from this event will help future our downtown revitalization efforts.
ABOUT WARD OYSTER COMPANY
A family run business since 1986, Ward Oyster Company is located in Ware Neck, Gloucester County, Virginia, where they ship nationwide as well as sell to retail customers at the facility. One of the largest aquaculture farms in the state, Ward produces their own oyster seed at its hatchery and then transfers them into cages near the mouth of the Ware River, with currently nearly 30 million oysters in production. Because of the salinity at that location, the oysters are not too sweet and not too salty….just right, giving them the nickname, the “Goldilocks of Oysters”. A sustainable seafood company, Ward harvests oysters the day they are ordered, giving you the freshest “Bay to Table” experience.