$29.99 for a VIP Ticket with Unlimited Beer Samples at Rock 'n Brew 4 ($60 Value)

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Guests sip unlimited samples of more than 70 beers from breweries such as Three Monkeys and Lagunitas while dancing to live music

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Expires Apr 5th, 2013. Limit 4 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Must be 21 or older. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$29.99 for a VIP Ticket with Unlimited Beer Samples ($60 Value)

On Friday, April 5, of-age guests congregate at the Palms Pool for a night of beer and music. VIP admission includes 30-minute early entry from a VIP line, access to the VIP lounge and viewing area on the middle deck at the Palms Pool, and two raffle entries for prizes. During the night, VIP guests enjoy unlimited samples of more than 70 beers from breweries such as Lagunitas, Joseph James, and Gordon Biersch. Meanwhile, live performances from bands and DJs energize the crowd including a special national music act announcement made on March 11. The event benefits the UNLV Beverage Management Club, which educates students on the ins and outs of the beverage industry.

Hollywood Beer and Music Festival

Hollywood Beer and Music Festival's name perfectly sums up the reasons to attend: live tunes and unlimited samples of craft beer. The mid-September bash, held at the reserve lot at Hollywood and Vine, draws representatives from more than 25 regional breweries to hand out cold pours of more than 50 brews. Meanwhile, live bands and DJs from Power 106's Flava Unit broadcast from a mobile DJ truck hosted by Coors Light. Following the daytime event, DJ ParaDice hosts a cocktail after party at Bardot, a rooftop nightclub above Avalon with a booming sound system capable of sending basslines to NASA space stations.

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