East Nashville Beer Festival | See You April 11 2015!
- Rules & FAQ
RETURNING APRIL 11, 2015
The 2014 edition of the #ENBF proved to be amazing. From incredible beers, great food, amazing weather, and a great crowed the day could not have been better. We would like to take a moment to thank all of our incredible sponsors, brewers, distributors, volunteers, staff, and of course our guests for being part of this event. We would also like to thank all of our guests for being the most respectful and fun group we have had yet, it was truly appreciated by all. Everyone here at Rhizome Productions looks forward to seeing you again soon.
We are extremely excited to announce that our donation this year to Ride for Reading will be $21,000!!! This is an increase from 2013 and will continue to help Ride for Reading grow and exceed their goals in 2014. We are very honored to support their organization and appreciate all the support YOU offer the East Nashville Beer Festival. Since 2011, we have raised $60,000 in support of Ride for Reading and we look forward to continuing these efforts in everything we do.The East Nashville Beer Festival is dedicated to Curtis McArthur. He will be missed beyond words.
- This is a 21 and up event only, no exceptions!
- NO Weapons of any kind.
- NO illegal substances.
- Smoking is only permitted in a designated area, which will be noted on the festival map. Please do not smoke anywhere else.
- NO Bags or Backpacks (small purses and camera bags allowed).
- No outside food or beverage. Drinking water will be provided.
- Please help us show the community that we are responsible by being aware of your alcohol consumption and do NOT drive while intoxicated. See our Directions page for buses, taxis and other transportation info. All attendees, staff members, and volunteers’ actions before, during, and after the event will affect the future of the East Nashville Beer Festival. That being said, we look forward to a great festival and having you all be part of this awesome event!
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the hours of the festival and when is it?
April 5, 2014-Gates open at 12pm and we will begin scanning tickets at 11am. Event ends at 5pm.
What does the festival Cost?
SOLD OUT-$60, which includes entry to the festival, 6 ounce glass tulip tasting glass, and samples of all beers.
Will there be designated driver tickets?
Yes, they will be $20 and you still must be 21+. You will not receive a tasting glass. However snacks and soda will be provided. You can find these snacks near then entrance/exit.
Do you have to be over the age of 21 to attend?
Yes, no exceptions all ID`s will be checked at the gate. Please don’t bother to buy a ticket if you are not 21. DO NOT ARRIVE AT THE FESTIVAL WITHOUT AN ID, WE WILL NOT PERMIT ANYONE ACCESS WITHOUT A PROPER ID!
Are children allowed at the event?
Sorry, no children. Call the babysitter in advance!
Are pets allowed at the event?
As much as we love our dogs, cats, goats, and fish, please leave them at home.
What happens if it rains or snows?
The show must go on. Rain, snow or shine, no refunds.
Will there be food at the event?
Yes, food will be sold by many Nashville Food trucks and East Nashville restaurants.
Will there be bathrooms at the event?
Yes,hand wash stations too, plus a boat load of port o potties! If you were there in 2013, you know you never waited to use the bathroom!
Will there be an after party?
Our official after party will be at 3 Crow Bar and Tenn 16 Food and Drink Co. Hold on to your ticket or wristband and receive 2-4-1 Tennessee Craft Beers, limit one per person.
How can I volunteer at the event?
Click HERE to be part of our amazing Ride for Reading Volunteer team. 2014 SIGN UPS COMING SOON
How can I submit a media request?
Media requests must be submitted BEFORE the festival and an article or blog post must be made to promote the on sale date of the event, email your requests to the address below.
How can I contact the festival organizers?
Please send any and all questions, concerns, vending requests, or sponsorship requests to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank You!
The East Nashville Beer Festival will feature some of Nashville’s best food trucks and more! Current line up below, more to come.
- Directions & Travel
East Park-700 Woodland Street-Nashville, TN 37206
Nashville MTA Buses 20,26, and 30 all stop within walking distance of East Park.
East Park has NO parking. If you must drive to the event we ask that you respectfully park on the streets surrounding the park. Please show East Nashville residents respect by not blocking drive ways, fire hydrants, or any intersections. The East Nashville neighborhood supports the The East Nashville Beer Festival and we want to assure that we show our gratefulness, thanks for playing your part!
For everyone, consider walking! Especially if you live in or around East Nashville, you will need it! If you need to drive, have a friend or family member drop you off or pick you up. If you must drive home plan to visit a local dining establishment, have a nice meal and plenty of water before heading home!
We would like to thank all the amazing breweries that participate in the East Nashville Beer Festival. Their participation allows us to provide you with the best event possible.
Want to learn more about craft beer? Here is our No Beer Left Behind Education schedule:
1PM-Meet Linus Hall and other member of the Tennessee Craft Brewers Guild
230PM-The Flat 12 Bierwerks gang talks craft beer
330PM-Founders Brewing Company- Meet and Greet (You do not want to miss this!)
We would like to graciously thank all of our sponsors for helping make this years event possible.
2014 Music Lineup
- Jazz Manic featuring Chris West
Born and raised in Nashville, TN, Chris’s interest in music started at a very young age. Having inherited his father’s acoustic guitar, and a small Casio keyboard, Chris started experimenting with music as far back as he can remember. “I use to try and figure out as many melodies on the guitar as possible, and then when I discovered chords, it was a whole new ballgame!” Chris would try and get his hands on any musical instrument he could find and figure out how to play it. Chris decided to polish his talents in music on the saxophone after playing trumpet for two years in the school band. “I knew that’s the instrument I wanted to play before I even knew what it was called”
- Roux du Bayou
Roux du Bayou Cajun Band plays authentic cajun, zydeco,swamp pop, mardi gras music. The band can also incorporate some select style music from Oldies, Rock n Roll, R&B and vintage country.
- Deep Fried Five
Out of their hometown of Nashville, TN- Deep Fried 5 has been making funky, soulful music exploding with groove and attitude since 2008 & haven’t looked back since. With original tracks, reminiscent of 60s and 70s funk and soul, the music takes you back to when it was pure… “These dudes have moved to the top of the chart in our heart with a sound that finds the more commercial aspects of late-’70s soul — you know, when it was bumping uglies with the beast that was about to become disco.” -Sean Maloney of the Nashville Scene. The group continues to grow and expand, pushing the envelope of a new progressive funk sound that has undertones of jazz, rock, soul, r&b, and blues; winning the affection of all different genres of music fans.
- Jazz Manic featuring Chris West
We are extremely excited to announce that our donation this year to Ride for Reading will be $21,000!!! This is an increase from 2013 and will continue to help Ride for Reading grow and exceed their goals in 2014. We are very honored to support their organization and appreciate all the support YOU offer the East Nashville Beer Festival. Since 2011, we have raised $60,000 in support of Ride for Reading and we look forward to continuing these efforts in everything we do.