Beer in the Bushes
The headliner for this year’s Beer in the Bushes will be Keller Williams with More Than A Little. Hailing from the Richmond, Virginia R&B Gospel scene, their music has been described as “live soulful R&B flavored booty shaking funk played by show stealing up front singers (as opposed to background singers)”. This outdoor rain or shine event is set for Saturday, March 31st from 6-10 pm. Local microbreweries will be offering tastings of their finest craft beers. Sanibel’s own Catering by Leslie Adams will coordinate local food truck offerings to complement the beer tastings. All tickets include $10 in TruxBux redeemable for dinner choices from any of the trucks. The event takes place at the SCCF Nature Center, located at 3333 Sanibel-Captiva Road on Sanibel. "We are so excited about creating a very funky evening with this year’s band,” said SCCF’s Event Producer, Jeff Siwicke. “Please come dressed in ‘Soul Train’ attire of the 70's era (big collars and bell bottoms encouraged). We’re transforming the grounds of the Nature Center into ‘Funkytown’. There will be surprises to discover, and guests can choose a delicious dinner from a variety of food trucks as well as tastings from Southwest Florida’s best microbreweries.” Pricing for this fun evening is $70. Tickets must be purchased in advance by visiting www.sccfbeer.eventbrite. Sponsorship opportunities are also available by calling Cheryl Giattini at 239-395-2768.
Date & Time
March 31, 2018
6:00PM - 10:00PM
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