70s/80s Music & Craft Beer Festival in Downtown Newberry on April 6th, 2019 from 1 – 10 pm
Newberry, SC – Spend an awesomely fun weekend with friends rocking out to your favorite 70s/80s music and enjoying the largest selection of South Carolina craft beers in charming Downtown Newberry while supporting the revitalization of our historic downtown.
Groove ‘n Brew is a FREE street festival featuring an outdoor stage with live music all day on April 6th from 1 pm to 10 pm on Main Street in Downtown Newberry. Festival-goers are encouraged to dress in 70s/80s costume to participate in Karaoke and costume contests with prizes to be awarded to winners. The largest selection of South Carolina craft beer will be available and many South Carolina breweries will attend. A great variety of food trucks, vendors, and classic cars will be on hand. Large inflatable games for adults, including Wrecking Ball, Twister, and Jumporee Bungee Jumping, will be available in order to compete with your friends!
Headlining inside the Ritz Theater, the Ultimate Eagles tribute band, On The Border, will take the stage at 7:30 pm. 70s/80s Funk band, J-E-T, will open at 5:30 pm inside the Ritz Theater. Tickets for the show inside the Ritz are $30 and are available for purchase at the Newberry Opera House and on www.NewberryGrooveNBrew.com. Be sure to purchase early as concert seating is very limited inside the Ritz Theatre.
Groove ‘n Brew is intended as a fundraiser for the Newberry Downtown Development Association (NDDA) to pursue economic development initiatives, such as strengthening our small business community through education, networking and promotion, development of upstairs spaces to increase foot traffic downtown, and advocating for change with City and County Leadership. NDDA proposes it is time for the community to come together to help usher in the next revitalization phase of downtown Newberry.
The street festival and outdoor entertainment at Groove ‘n Brew is free. A cover charge of $5 includes an over-21 wristband (pending an ID check) and a commemorative festival cup (while supplies last). Beer may only be served in the designated festival cup.
For festival information, including sponsorships, vendors, or additional information or images, please contact Aimee Talbot at 803-276-4001 or [email protected]