Pre-St. Patrick Day Party in Franklin for Charity

Get ready, Nashville, for the Pre-St. Patrick Day Party coming to town this March.

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Pre-St. Patrick Day Party in Franklin for Charity

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015 at 10:29am.

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Get ready, Nashville, for the Pre-St. Patrick Day Party coming to town this March. The annual Pre-St. Patrick Day Party for Charity is going to take place on Saturday, March 14th to help spearhead the revitalization of Franklin’s historic downtown core.

You’ll get to taste craft beer and enjoy Celtic performers in historic downtown Franklin. The Downtown Franklin Association is hosting the event to raise proceeds for the non-profit organization working to revitalize downtown. Here is a look at what you can expect at the event.

Event Details

The event will take place at 134 Second Avenue in North Franklin on Saturday, March 14th. The tastings are taking place from 6pm-9pm. The Main Street Brew Fest is taking place thanks to the Downtown Franklin Association, a certified Main Street Program of the National Trust. It’s being presented by Lipman Brothers to showcase their newest product and to spotlight the Williamson County’s microbrewery market.

What to expect

The event has been featured for over a decade thanks to the Downtown Franklin Association. Beer lovers can taste some of the best local craft beers, as well as national and international brands at the Main Street Brew Fest. The annual event will feature 50-plus craft beers at dozens of tasting sites in downtown Franklin. You’ll be able to hear Celtic performers and enjoy Irish cheer while visiting the various tasting sites.

This is the kickoff event every spring and allows consumers to explore the retail district. You can shop at local stores and eat at a downtown restaurant like McCreary’s Irish Pub and Eatery during the event. Traffic will be stopped 3pm on Main Street for the public to arrive. Ticket-holders will only be able to participate in beer tastings but stores will extend hours to accommodate for the nighttime event. You’ll be able to check out food vendors and live music during the event.

Tickets are just $45 in advance and it tends to sell out. Ticket-holders can check in at City Hall to get a site map, description of the beers and a tasting glass.

Don’t miss this year’s Pre-St. Patrick Day Party in downtown Franklin for charity.

 

Gary Ashton

The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

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