Placer County Rocks at the Quarry!
A Sacramento Beer Week Event
Hosted by Loomis Basin Brewing Company

You missed it -
Friday, May 11, 2018
4:00-10:00 PM

Quarry Park
Platinum Living Amphitheater
4000 Rocklin Road
Rocklin, CA

 

There are lots of great breweries around Sacramento, and Placer County Rocks offers a showcase of beer made by those in the Placer County area, along with some great local reggae music performing on the Platinum Living Amphitheater at Quarry Park. 

Island of Black and White will be headlining, along with One Love Nation with Kurrency King, ZuhG, and Hans Anderson performing. Talk about a great show!

Multiple beers will be poured from each participating Placer County brewery, as well as wine and cider. This will not be like a traditional brew fest. There will not be beer served in small tastes, but in both pints and cans! The event organizers believe in keeping local at a reasonable price, so all pints will be $7! That's right, no 5 oz samples, no endless lines just for a small taste; pick a brewery, buy a pint or a can, and enjoy the music! 

Click here for a list of beers by brewery!

There will be food trucks, corn hole, music, and more, so make sure to grab your tickets while they last!

Tickets Info:

General Admission $25 - Entrance with alcohol access
Placer Premium $40 - Entrance with 3 discounted pint/can tabs (3-tab wristband)
Designated Driver $15 - Entrance with no alcohol access

Tickets will be sold at the door. Price increases to: General Admission $30; Placer Premium $45. 

This is a Cash Only event, and 21+ so please no minors, infants or children. Guests will check in at the event and must present a valid form of identification.

Festival seating - ok to bring blankets and low back chairs.

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Quarry Park

4000 Rocklin Road, 
Rocklin, CA 95677

Parking is limited, please consider using Uber or Lyft. 

 

Thank you to our sponsors and partners: Beach Hut Deli, Ocean Shores Printing, Platinum Living Amphitheater, and Sacramento Beer Week.