Microbrew Festival Moves Location Due to Flooding Concerns

By: News 10
By: News 10

Flooding concerns have prompted organizers of Lansing's first-ever Microbrew & Music Festival to find a new spot for the event.

It will now be held in Lansing's Old Town, instead of Adado Riverfront Park, because the city of Lansing is concerned high waters may cause the park to flood after the extreme winter we've had.

The festival will take place April 18 & 19, in the same space where Old Town holds its annual Jazz Festival.

The festival will will feature more than 50 carefully selected Michigan, national, and international craft breweries, and more than 250 craft beers, ciders, meads and wines.

It will also include more than one hundred musicians, marching bands, a Homebrewer’s Challenge, food and brew pairings, rare and sour beer tours, and local food vendors.

Tickets are still available. Click on the link within this article to purchase them or to learn more about the event.

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