ADA serves up Auburn Beer & Wine Festival on June 15

  • Wednesday, June 5, 2019 4:56pm
  • Life

The Auburn Downtown Association hosts its second annual Auburn Beer & Wine Festival on Saturday, June 15.

Taste the area’s top beer and wine selections, enjoy live music and take in family-friendly activities from noon to 7 p.m. in the Mural Parking Lot, Main and B streets.

Beer and wine vendors are: Scamp Brewing; Rail Hop’n Brewing; Geaux Brewing; Vinifera; Acorn Brewing; Bartholomew Winery; and Locus Winery. Food trucks will be parked on site.

The live music schedule is: Taylor Hardin (noon); Champagne Sunday (1:30 p.m.); Jim Meck and Toby Willis (3 p.m.); Lady Carter and the Gents (4:30 p.m.); and the Max Renshaw Band (6 p.m.).

Tickets – $20 pre-purchased or $25 at the door – cover five tastings and a commemorative glass.

Order tickets online.

For more information, visit For other inquiries, email

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