EVENT FAQ

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+ What is the Doc Holliday Beer, Wine & Arts Festival?

The Doc Holliday Beer, Wine & Arts Festival is an annual festival presented by Kitchen Drawer Illustrated. Our goal is to uplift and strengthen our community by offering Griffin and the surrounding areas an exciting and unique fundraising event to benefit local charities and projects. Proceeds from this year’s Doc Holliday Beer, Wine & Arts Festival will benefit Camp Southern Ground. We hope that you will join us in exploring the wonderful world of craft beer. We promise that you will be pleasantly surprised by what you discover!

+ When is the festival?

Saturday, May 21, 2016 from 2:00PM–6:00PM

+ Where is the festival?

The Park at 6th in Griffin, GA – Formally known as the J. William Edwards Pavilion, it is located at the corner of Solomon Street & 6th Street, across from the courthouse in downtown Griffin.

FOR YOUR GPS –
The Park at 6th
136 South 6th Street
Griffin, GA 30223

+ Is there a 21+ age restriction for festival entry?

Yes, the festival is 21 and up only. You will need your ID for festival entry. Persons who are under 21 will not be permitted festival entry. Some exclusions apply. See "Can I bring my child?"

+ Can I bring my child?

Though we highly recommend leaving all children at home, children under two (2) years of age are allowed at the Doc Holliday Beer, Wine & Arts Festival as long as they are carried or in a stroller that is attended by a parent at all times. Children who can walk or toddle on their own are not permitted due to crowding and safety concerns.

+ Can I bring a pet?

Pets are not allowed at the Doc Holliday Beer, Wine & Arts Festival.

+ How much are tickets?

Pay to get in - Purchase Tokens to drink! There are 3 ticketing options available, allowing you to customize your festival experience!

Pre-Sale Ticketing Options
VIP Package – $50
Includes General Admission, Commemorative Pint Glass, unlimited tastings with an All-you-can-drink wristband – get this package while supplies last, as only 100 VIP Packages will be sold.

Early Bird Package – $25
Includes General Admission, Commemorative Pint Glass, and 25 Drink Tokens

Day-Of Ticketing Options
General Admission – $10
Includes festival entry & Commemorative Pint Glass
Note: Drink Tokens sold seperately for $1/Token

+ Where can I purchase tickets?

Pre-Sales are happening now online at beerwineart.com/tickets, and General Admission tickets will be available at the gate on May 21, from 2-6pm.

+ What are Drink Tokens & How Do they Work?

Our festival uses a Drink Token system for sampling alcohol. Drink Tokenss are $1/Token and are redeemable for both beer and wine samples.

3oz Pours = 1 Token
12oz Pour = 4 Tokens

If you’re not sure how many drink tokens you may need, VIP Tickets include an All-you-can-drink Wristband – no Drink Tokens necessary to enjoy samplings of beer or wine!

+ How much does a beer sample cost?

A 3oz sample costs one Drink Token, multiple tokens can be given to pourers for a larger sample. See "What are Drink Tokens & How do they work?".

+ How much does a wine sample cost?

A 3oz sample costs one Drink Token. See "What are Drink Tokens & how do they work?".

+ Will there be food and non-alcoholic drinks?

Yes! We will have a food vendor selling food, soft drinks, and bottled water on the festival grounds during the event. Chicken House Confitures will be selling King of Pops popsicles, and Pop Top Kettle Corn will be on site as well with their delicious popcorn!

+ Do you have special tickets for "Designated Drivers" or for people who won't be drinking?

General Admission is $10 on the day of the event and includes festival entry & Commemorative Pint Glass. You do not have to purchase Drink Tokens with admission. (Drink Tokens are sold seperately for $1/Token inside the festival).

DAY-OF

+ Should I bring money?

Yes! Even if you have purchased your Festival Tickets in advance, we will have many Art vendors with items for sale! There will be an art auction as well as raffle drawing. All proceeds go to charity.

+ What forms of payment will be accepeted at the Event?

The DHBF gate will be accepting Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover Card as well as cash. However, vendors and merchants may accept varying payment forms. Please bear in mind that many of them will only accept cash.

+ Will there be an ATM?

As there will be no ATM inside the festival, guests are encouraged to plan ahead by bringing both cash and card for anything they may want to purchase inside the festival.

+ DO I need my ID?

Yes. Your ID will be checked at the gate. Please bring a valid driver's license or Military ID for festival entry.

+ Where should I park?

We encourage guests to park in the City of Griffin Parking Deck, as it is on the block next to the event grounds. However, there are several parking areas around the Park at 6th, along the streets in Downtown Griffin.

+ Will there be restrooms?

Yes, we will have public restrooms available right outside the festival grounds.

+ Are backpacks allowed?

Large bags including backpacks, beach bags, coolers, etc are prohibited. See "Prohibited Items".

+ Can I bring my own beverages into the festival?

Outside alcohol as well as outside bottles or cans are prohibited. See "Prohibited Items".


+ Intoxicated Guests – Drink Responsibly

We want you to have a good time! We hope you drink to your heart's content! That being said, all guests at the Doc Holliday Beer, Wine & Arts Festival are expected to drink responsibly and ensure they have a safe, responsible means of transportation before leaving the festival grounds.

Any guest who is intoxicated before entering the event may be denied entry.

Any guest found intoxicated within the event causing a disturbance, as determined by management, may be asked to leave the festival without refund and may be subject to further consequences.

+ Prohibited Items

Prohibited items include, but are not limited to:

• Outside alcohol
• Bottles or cans
• Illegal drugs
• Fireworks, smoke bombs, etc.
• Backpacks, large bags, beachbags, coolers, etc.
• Skateboards, roller skates, ice skates, use of roller shoes, etc.
• Unapproved pamphlets, handouts, advertisements, etc.
• Other items as determined by facility management

Event management reserves the right to handle each occurrence on a case-by-case basis. Depending on the item, the guest may either be asked to remove the item from the festival grounds or dispose of the item, or the guest may be ejected from the event.
All bags, jackets and guests are subject to search upon entering the event.

Items which have varying policies include: cameras, video/audio recording equipment, and signs/flags/banners/posters.

+ Still Photography

Guests are encouraged to bring personal cameras to the event and share their photos online! Use the Hashtag #DHBF16 or post to our Facebook!