Hard-seltzer festival Seltzerland returns to Tampa next month

White claws in Westchase are a go.

click to enlarge PHOTO VIA SELTZERLAND/INSTAGRAM
Photo via Seltzerland/Instagram
Returning for yet another round on the nines, Cannonball Productions' hard-seltzer festival "Seltzerland" is coming back to Tampa this spring.

Attendees can binge on samples of big-name brands like White Claw, Topo Chico Hard Seltzer, Sparkling Ice Spiked, and many more throughout the grounds of Westchase Golf Club (11602 Westchase Golf Dr) on April 2.

Festival-goers sign up for a "tee-time" slot when registering. Upon arrival, they will make their way to each hole on the field that have up to two and a half hours' worth of seltzer stops throughout the route.

“We’re so excited to bring Seltzerland back to Tampa." says Cannonball Productions CEO and founder Kate Levenstien in a press release, "The overwhelming reception we received from attendees at our past events in town was the proof we needed to return for another fantastic day out on the greens.”

General admission tickets are available now for $35, with a VIP option offered at $55. GA won't miss out on the main event, but VIP gets a head start to the day drinking activities, with early entry and a full can of booze (because just a sip of Vizzy could never be enough).

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Magazine journalism student with an affinity for music writing. Brandalynn has previously written for Glitter Magazine and was the editor-in-chief/contributor of USF's Her Campus chapter.
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