Kegs ‘n’ Eggs combines drinking craft beer and hunting for hidden Easter eggs containing tickets to be redeemed for various prizes
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About This Deal
- Designated Driver admission includes:
- Admission to Egg Hunt
- Unlimited water/soda
- Commemorative mug
- DD Survival Kit
- Kegs ‘n’ Eggs t-shirt
- Dates and times:
- Saturday, April 23, 2022
- Pre-party and registration: 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
- Eggs Hunt and Beer Fest: 1 p.m.-6 p.m.
- See the program
- Age restriction: must be 21 or older
- Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages
- What items can I bring into the event? foam, plastic, cardboard, toy, or prop weapons, real swords, knives, dirks, and daggers (must be completely sheathed and peace-tied), longbows (not strung), packed lunch for those with food allergies
- Prohibited items: arrows with tips (unless taking part in the competition that day), guns, real axes, claymores, maces, antique firearms, pikes, and halberds, outside food and beverages
- Transportation: complimentary parking included
- Pets allowed? yes (dog tickets available)
About Kegs ‘n’ Eggs event
Join us for our Adult Easter Egg Hunt! Admission includes UNLIMITED beer samples from local breweries, a commemorative t-shirt, a commemorative mug, and admission into the Egg Hunt. Eggs will be stuffed with prizes ranging from Festival tickets to gift cards to CASH PRIZES. Delicious food, competitions, and entertainment will be included in this day of fun. Designated Driver tickets are also available and include a DD Kit, admission into the Egg Hunt, commemorative t-shirt, commemorative mug, and unlimited water/soda.
About St. Louis Renaissance Festival
The St. Louis Renaissance Festival brings the 16th century back in vivid tapestry-color—and though the celebration only lasts a few short weeks, the festival has been a beloved local tradition for more than two decades, drawing in thousands of people each year.
Step through the gates, and explore recreated Renaissance-era buildings including stables and a castle. Nearby shops host artisans, selling wares such as metal sculptures or lavish costumes. Tavern owners roast turkey legs over open flames, while entertainers continuously weave throughout the streets and perform on themed stages. Comedy, music, and full-contact jousting unfolds to the delight of the crowd, which may even include Queen Elizabeth herself, assuming she remembers where she put her horse keys.