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Ballpark Festival of Beers

Gates Open: VIP 6PM | General Session 7PM

*The Ballpark Festival of Beers is a 21 and over event. All patrons must show a valid ID for entry.*

Advanced tickets are $30 at any area Kickin’ Chicken; West Ashley, Downtown, James Island, Summerville & Mt. Pleasant (while supplies last) OR $35 at the RiverDogs Box Office or Tickets include 18 sampling tickets.


$60 – includes early entry at 6PM with field access, 25 sampling tickets, access to the Kickin’ Chicken VIP Lounge which includes hot food from 6PM – 7PM, cold snacks from 7PM – 10PM and specialty beer sampling.

*Only 200 VIP tickets available*


2018 PARTICIPATING BREWERIES (Please check back):

Volunteers needed to pour beer from 5:00-10:00PM. All volunteers must be 21 or older.

To sign up to be a volunteer CLICK HERE!

$15 DD wristband provides an alternative for non-tasters who wish to enjoy great entertainment, food trucks, corn hole and other fun interactive games. Be a HERO for the day! DD tickets are available for purchase at the stadium box office, August 18th only.

Never Compromise. Drink Responsibly. Line up post-event transportation. Green Taxi will be available to get you safely to your next destination. Schedule an Uber or Lyft, ask a friend to join you with the DD wristband option or book a room.

Comfort Inn Downtown Charleston
Mention the Ballpark Festival of Beers for 10% discount
144 Bee Street Charleston, SC 29401
(843) 577.2224

The first 2,500 people through the gates receive a commemorative sampling glass. Sampling tickets are included in the admission. There will be water available to clean your glass between sampling.

Make sure you drink plenty of water. Summer events can get very warm in the afternoon heat and with the cornucopia of alcoholic beverages that surround you, one often forgets to keep hydrated. You will appreciate proper hydration as the day goes on and especially the next morning.

Food trucks will provide a variety of delicacies. This years food truck line up includes:
– Kickin’ Chicken

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Vendors include Charleston City Paper, InTown, Green Taxi, GritBox Fitness, SaltWater Cycle, Charleston Ale Trail, The Caroline and more.

Parking is $5 in all surrounding lots. Carpool and everyone can throw in a buck.

All festival-goers must show a valid ID for entry. No children or pets are allowed in the park.

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Shark Tooth Frenzy

You don’t want to miss this upcoming Shark Tooth Frenzy! Bring your entire family out for some exciting and safe fun at the Port Royal Beach and of course kids 13 and under are FREE! We will have sharks teeth of all species and sizes hidden in the water waiting to be found so don’t miss out and purchase your tickets now! Anyone above the age of 14 including parents must purchase a ticket.

Purchasing Tickets:
Anyone above the age of 14 would require a ticket and anyone under the age of 13 has free admission! We recommend two children per parent, but encourage the entire family to come out!
When checking out we have the 14+ admission and then we ask that you add how many kids you are bringing with the 13 and under admission that is marked as free so we can calculate how much Teeth we need to put out there the day of the event! All children must be attended by a parent.

Admission Day Of:
We will have an admissions table that when you arrive you can either show your purchased ticket on your phone or the printed version. Our volunteers will be checking you in through our system so if you don’t want to bring your phone on the beach they can look you up by name or email. 14+ will have a certain colored wrist band and the free 13 and under will have a different color that way we know you are allowed in the event!
We look forward to seeing you at the event! -Audrey

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Bring the Bounty to Your Dang Door

I was never really into the Farmers Market. It’s always busy, there’s a bunch of dogs, and I have two kids under three. Be real. I’m too tired to act like I have time to buy a twenty dollar crepe while walking around looking at jewelry made out of soda tabs. But, I do love […]

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My Hello Fresh Experience

I love to cook (my parents taught me at a young age, thankfully) so I cook almost every meal for my family from scratch. As with anything else though, it tends to get repetitive. So when I learned more about home delivery meals, I was super intrigued. The idea is genius, and takes the stress […]

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