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Downtown Brew Festival will include silent auction to benefit mass shooting victims

Posted at 11:37 AM, Oct 18, 2017

The Downtown Brew Festival has announced that it will host a silent auction to benefit the Las Vegas Victims' Fund at this year's event.

It has also announced its lineup of brewery and culinary participants, musical acts and VIP chef.

Local breweries include PT’s, Record Street Brewing Company, Banger Brewing, Hop Nuts Brewing, Tonopah Brewing Co., Big Dog’s Brewing Company, Lovelady Brewing Company and more. Out-of-state brewers include: Hop Valley Brewing, from Eugene, Ore.; Stone Brewing, from Escondido, Calif.; Latitude 33 Brewing, from Vista, Calif.; College Street Brewing, from Lake Havasu City, Ariz.; Shades of Pale Brewing, from Park City, Utah; and Barley’s Brewing Company, from Columbus, Ohio.

Local restaurants and food trucks will showcase culinary offerings at ‘Festaurant Row,” including QFS Tacos, Urban Turban, Donut Bar Las Vegas, Mochiko Chicken, The Black Sheep, Sin City Wings and Oming’s Kitchen.

Live musical acts include indie rock sensation Naked Elephant; genre-defying five-piece band, The Routine; hip-hop artist Mike Xavier, and more.

The festival is happening Oct. 21 at the Clark County Amphitheater.

Tickets start at $40 plus fees for general admission. Price includes tasting glass and unlimited beer samples. Early admission tickets (4 p.m.) are available for $45 plus fees. VIP tickets are available for $85 plus fees and include early entry at 4 p.m., access to VIP lounge, which includes limited-release and unique beers, and a decadent spread of beer-inspired cuisine.