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Get Your Tickets for 4th Annual Mississippi Craft Beer Festival on June 15th

JACKSON, Miss. —Tickets are now on sale for the 4th Annual Mississippi Craft Beer Festival, scheduled for Friday, June 15th, on the grounds of Duling Hall in Fondren. Tickets can be purchased online at or inside Hops & Habanas.

Fondren Renaissance Foundation, in cooperation with Capital City Beverage Company and Southern Beverage Company, present the Mississippi Craft Beer Festival each year. Over 100 beers will be available for sampling by over three dozen breweries.

Tickets for the VIP hour from 5 to 6 p.m. are $60 in advance and $65 day-of, and are limited to 250 persons. Those with VIP tickets will enjoy crowd-free "first dibs" tastings, a souvenir, wallet bottle opener, and complimentary snacks from new food vendors during the VIP hour and are allowed to come and go from the festival until 9 p.m.

General admission tickets, from 6 to 9 p.m., are $30 in advance and $35 day-of, and includes unlimited tastings of all of the products represented. Designated driver tickets are available at the door for $10.

This is a 21 and up event. Participating breweries include:

Capital City Beverage: Abita,* Ballast Point (new), Bell’s*, Biloxi, Boston Beer*, Founders, Grayton*, Great Raft (new)*, Lagunitas, Lazy Magnolia*, Lucky Town*, New Belgium*, Oskar Blues, Parish Brewing* (new), Port Orleans Brewing, Sierra Nevada*, Sweetwater, Terrapin, Wiseacre, Yazoo.*

Southern Beverage: Blue Pants*, Chandeleur*, Elysian, Ghost River*, Golden Road, Goose Island, Kona, Mighty Miss*, Natchez*, Slowboat*, Southern Prohibition*, Stone Brewing, Tallgrass*, Three Foot Brewing (new), Tin Roof.*

*Brewery owner or designated rep confirmed.


Fondren Renaissance Foundation promotes the preservation and revitalization of the greater Fondren community and empowers people, organizations and neighborhoods to contribute to the economic growth, stability and quality of life in Fondren. This mission serves as a guideline for the many projects and events offered to the Fondren neighborhood and in turn, to the greater Jackson community.

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