Horizon Beerfest will be a seamless blend of relaxation, good beats by world reknown artist Robin Schulz, beer tastings of over 50+ craft beers and dozens of breweries and partying together with the vibrant surroundings of the San Diego bay. This event is benefiting the Urban Angels “Nourishing those in need” a non-profit dedicated to helping feed the homeless. Take our hand and step into the horizon with us for an afternoon of dancing beneath the bright sky.This event is strictly 21+. To return to the main site CLICK HERE
Your Fourth of July Weekend just got a whole lot better. Join other craft brew & music lovers at the Embarcadero Marina Park North on Saturday, July 1st for Horizon Beer & Music Festival.
Get unlimited tastings of 50+ craft beers from dozens of breweries from SoCal & beyond. Dance in the sunshine to tunes by the one and only Robin Schulz as well as other up-and-coming local DJs all day long with bayside views. Shop San Diego's local vendors and munch on divine delectibles from various food trucks.
Full bars are available for those who prefer spirits over beer, just get the GA ticket option and sip away on your favorite cocktails. Designated driver tickets are available for anyone who prefers to soak in the vibes without drinking. There's something for everyone!
GA tickets start at $20 and unlimited beer tastings start at $40. If you get a GA ticket and decide you want unlimited beer tastings day of, you can upgrade your ticket at the door. VIP options start at $80 which includes exclusive VIP areas, side stage access, 4 hours of unlimited beer tastings, and 5 hours open bar with spirits including cocktails and liquor!
Spend your day under the sun on San Diego's very own little peninsula while enjoying some cold drinks alongside old and new friends at Horizon Beer and Music Festival with Robin Schulz. We can't wait to see you there!
Volunteer, donate, or simply spread the word about Urban Angels visit http://urban-angels.com Anyone is welcome to join and contribute to the cause. Together we can make a difference for those less fortunate in San Diego.