Festivals in Sailboat Bend


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  • Revolution Live
    Green Room serves as a hub for culture and high society to dance, chat, and sip a panoply of delectable libations. Start out the night with a thirst-slaking PBR ($2), or opt for classier suds from the selection of nearly 50 craft beers ($4–$7). Green Room’s mixologists shake up mixed drinks from behind a full bar ($5–$10). Check the website for a list of diverse events, including indie and electro dance parties beneath the club's vibrant green floodlights as well as live concerts, burlesque performances, and fashion shows. Club-goers can also sip their libations while watching live paintings or tote their beverages through a newly installed bi-level art gallery.
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    100 Nugent Avenue
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • Driven Music Conference
    What it is: a four-day networking event for music industry professionals, now in its fourth year On the schedule: Q&A panels, and meet-and-greet lunches On the first and last evenings: new-talent showcases, which general admission ticket holders may attend as audience members On the panels: 14 panelists who include Isaac Heymann (VP of A&R, Epic Records), Rigo "Riggs" Morales (VP of A&R and Artist Development, Atlantic Records), and David Silbaugh (talent buyer, Summerfest) Plus: PR and marketing firm owners, label managers, studio founders
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    100 SW 3rd Ave.
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • Easter Keg Hunt
    When it comes to bar crawls, Keep Crawling doesn't quit. Year-round, the team hosts festive, bar-hopping events that explore South Florida's best nightlife. For Halloween, there's a zombie-themed crawl, and a Mardi Gras-themed crawl honors Fat Tuesday. There's even a singles-friendly crawl for Valentine's Day, with the theme "Stupid Cupid"?which can be tongue-in-cheek or not, depending on your mood.
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    109 Southwest 2nd Avenue
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • Lauderdale Oktoberfest
    The best-selling German beer in the world, Beck's helps Fort Lauderdale celebrate Oktoberfest by rolling out their barrels of new and classic draft brews. Selections included Beck's Pilsner, Beck's Premier Light, Beck's Dark, Beck's Oktoberfest, and Beck's Sapphire. In addition, the VIP Tent features beers from the Goose Island Vintage collection. All of these keep Oktoberfest-goers quenched as they explore the fairgrounds, which showcase electronic music, local cuisine, and seasonal lederhosen.
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    32 East Las Olas Boulevard
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • Las Olas Oktoberfest
    Warm pretzels speckled with sea salt. Steins of cold beer. Live music. These are just a few of the reasons to attend Las Olas Octoberfest, an annual bash held in Huizenga Park. The fest draws on the traditions of the original Oktoberfest, a yearly celebration that kicked off in Munich in 1810. One of those traditions is a stein-holding contest, during which contestants lift beer steins with or without the beer-drinker hanging on to the stein's handle.
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    32 E Las Olas Blvd.
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • Vitamin C Communications
    Down a dark alley off 14th Court, a stark red light barely illuminates an innocuous looking doorway. But it's not just the perfect hiding spot for tomato ninjas, it's the entrance to the Foxhole Bar, the first stop on a whirlwind tour of Miami bars and breweries. Past that dark entry waits a speakeasy-style lounge and a complimentary brew to start the night. Up next is Wynwood Brewing Company, which fits right into the arts district with three anchor craft brews, one of which will be set before tour members for sampling. The final stop on the tour is the Titanic Restaurant and Brewery, a gastropub that crafts its own beer behind the bar. The Hops Tour is also making plans to incorporate M.I.A. Brewing into their explorations.
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    32 E. Las Olas Boulevard
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US

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