On Sunday, June 12th from 4:00pm to 6:30pm in the concourse at Fenway Park, Star Market presents year 7 of @EatBoston's original Bacon and Beer Festival. The Boston Bacon and Beer Festival is once again a fundraiser for The Red Sox Foundation, Community Servings, and Lovin' Spoonfuls. You can tell your pals about the event by inviting them or RSVPing here!
Both general and VIP baller tickets include entry into the event, samples of bacon dishes from the restaurants listed below, and 8 3oz beer samples. Additional beers will once again be available for purchase.
Please note, there will be no t-shirts available for sale inside the event. We will be setting up an option to allow for the purchase of shirts to be picked up at the event without shipping/handling charges.
We're excited for the Bacon and Beer Festival to be Presented by Star Market.
80 Thoreau, Bambara, Bondir, Boston Beer Works, Boston Burger Co., Bostonia Public House, Brass Union, Brasserie Jo, Brewers Fork, Central Bistro, Chopps American Bar and Grill, Chubby Chickpea, El Pelon, Five Horses Tavern, Foundry on Elm/Saloon, Gracie's Ice Cream / Juliet, Grendel's Den, Hops N Scotch, Lock 50, Loco Taqueria, Lord Hobo, McGreevy's, Not Your Average Joe's, Puritan & Co, Roxy's Grilled Cheese, Saloniki Greek, Savvor, Shojo, Stoddard's Fine Food & Ale, Stone and Skillet, The Fireplace, The Independent, The Maiden, The Merchant, The Sinclair, Trina's Starlite Lounge, Waxy's, West on Centre, Worden Hall
Boulevard, Captain Lawrence, Castle Island, Goose Island, Harpoon, Jack’s Abbey, Lord Hobo, Narragansett , Peak Organic Brewing Co., Revolution, Sam Adams, Smuttynose, Swing Oil Beer, Two Roads, Wachusett, plus beers regularly poured at Fenway Park.
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Details subject to change. This is a 21+ event.
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