3 Daughters' Florida Hard Seltzer Fest will feature unlimited booze and food

Mark your calendar for another summer fest.

click to enlarge 3 Daughters' Florida Hard Seltzer Fest will feature unlimited booze and food

On Saturday, July 20,  3 Daughters Brewing is teaming up with Tito's Handmade Vodka and Visit St. Pete/Clearwater to host the Florida Hard Seltzer Fest.

Tickets guarantee attendees unlimited drinks and food from local bars and restaurants, including WEPA!, Red Mesa Cantina, Dr.BBQ, Datz and No Vacancy.

Live music will be on-site throughout the event.

Throughout Seltzer Fest, 10 bars will be participating in a Hard Seltzer Mixology Contest sponsored by Tito's Handmade Vodka.

Attendees will have the power to vote for their favorite mixologist. 

General admission tickets include unlimited bites and booze and a 6-pack of seltzer from 4-8 p.m., $50 prior to the event, $55 day of.

VIP ticket holders can get into the festival an hour early to take full advantage of the unlimited craft cocktails and food, a 12-pack beach box, custom seltzer merch and a bag full of discounts and goodies. VIP tickets are $70, but you have to act fast because only 100 are available. 

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