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Harden St. and Green St., Columbia

$5 Ticket to Festivus Bar Crawl in Five Points (Up to $15 Value)

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  • Self-guided tour
  • Registration includes T-shirt
  • Eight participating bars

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7 ratings3 reviews
December 12, 2011
Had a super great time!
1 ratings1 reviews
December 11, 2011
Great night!!!!
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10 ratings5 reviews
December 4, 2011
VERY Disappointed. Paid $15 for an empty plastic bag. We arrived around 730 and was informed that no t-shirts were left. Also was told that i should of pre-registered however not mentioned on groupon or the website. We could of went to local bars(pay full price for beers) without the coupon.
2 ratings1 reviews
December 4, 2011
Great job on the pub crawl this year. Prizes were awesome.

About This Deal

For $5, today's side deal gets you a ticket to the Five Points third annual Festivus Bar Crawl, up to a $15 value.

The self-guided bar crawl lasts from 8-10 p.m., and registration includes a Festivus T-shirt, a tour card with bar information, and an official airing of grievances notepad to track the evenings successful brain cleansings. Grievances are read aloud by radio DJs for all to hear, and with a total of eight bars participating in this year's crawl there is no shortage of places to air them. Prior to the bar crawl there is also a free shop and stroll street fair from 5-8 p.m. with wine tastings, trunk shows, gift wrapping, art exhibits, and contest to win a Five Points shopping spree. Rickshaw rides are available during the street fair to leave legs limber for the evening's main event and ready for any spontaneous feats of strength.


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Fine Print

Promotional value expires Dec 3, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Must arrive 20 minutes before departure. Must be 21 or older and have a valid photo ID. Drinks not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Five Points Association

A nonprofit organization designed to promote and improve the lively Columbia neighborhood, the Five Points Association has spearheaded many projects since the early 1980s, ranging from a large-scale streetscaping project to the construction of two fountains to yearly beautification updates. The group also organizes events to bring people to the landmark district—notably the Five After Five concert series and the city's Saint Patrick's Day festivities. Overall, the association, which comprises more than 100 members each year, works to balance the interests of the Five Points' merchants with those of residents and visitors.