Motown Craft Beer Festival is happening Saturday, June 25th, 2022 in Moline. It's a full day of racing and sampling great beer!

In the morning hours, they're doing the MoTown Mile, which consists of the Kids Race, Motown Mile, and 5k Road Race.  Then it's the MoTown Craft Beer fest where almost 40 craft breweries are coming together to show off their stuff!

Whether you just crossed the finish line of the MoTown Mile & 5K road race, or you just decided to swing down and taste some of the Mid-West Best Micro Brews, you're in for a treat! Craft Beer, Mead, and Spirits!

The 5K Race

A flat and fast very Scenic 5K taking you down River Drive and back along the beautiful Mississippi River Bike Path!

Age Group awards go three deep in each age category. The top three male and female winners will receive cash prizes while the top three in each age group will win customized pint glasses.

VIP Treatment

The VIP hour starts at 12PM, with general admission starting at 1PM and "running" until 4pm.

There is no better place to celebrate the kick-off to summer while sampling some great craft brews, feasting on appetizers from the downtown Moline restaurants, Food Truck Grub, and live entertainment from Karl Beatty all while hanging with friends!

MoTown Craft Beer Fest

  • General Admission - $35 Per Ticket - Starting June 24th & Day of event - $40.00

  • VIP Admission - $50.00 Per Ticket - Includes entrance an hour early before General Admission, limited edition drawstring bag, and Pint Glass!

Tickets are available online HERE!

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