Old Town in Kissimmee Presents Chili Brewfest on January 12, 2013

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Chili, beer and music go well together. If you agree, you’ll want to check out Chili Brewfest this Saturday, January 12, 2013 at Old Town in Kissimmee.

The event runs from 2pm to 6pm, and admission gets you unlimited samples of both chili and beer. There will also be live music from Blender.

Tickets are $20 in advance online or $25 at the gate. You must be 21 or over to attend.

For more information, visit chilibrewfest.net.

SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Announce Their 2012 Bands, Brews and BBQ Concert Line-Ups

One of the major annual events hosted by SeaWorld Orlando and its sister park Busch Gardens in Tampa is the spring Bands, Brew & BBQ weekends.

During this event, each park hosts weekend concerts by big name headliners. SeaWorld Orlando’s include both classic rock and country, and run on both Saturday and Sunday.

Here is the list of headliners:

  • Saturday, February 11: Foreigner
  • Sunday, February 12: Gary Allan
  • Saturday, February 18: Trace Adkins
  • Sunday, February 19: Kenny Rogers
  • Saturday, February 25: Doobie Brothers
  • Sunday, February 26: Ronnie Dunn
  • Saturday, March 3: Sara Evans
  • Sunday, March 4: Scotty McCreery

Over at Busch Gardens, the concerts are Sundays only. Here is their line-up:

  • Sunday, February 12: Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • Sunday, February 19: Bret Michaels (of Poison)
  • Sunday, February 26: .38 Special
  • Sunday, March 4: REO Speedwagon

All concerts are included in regular park admission, from single tickets to Fun Cards to annual passes, as long as they are valid at that park.

Each park will also be offering BBQ for sale, as well as host a beer garden area with at least 50 different brews for purchase.

Orlando This Weekend: Nov 19-21, 2010

Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are some suggestions:

November 19:

  • The Ataris at Backbooth – $10
  • Florida Classic Battle of the Bands at the Amway Center – $15-$25
  • Light Up UCF at University of Central Florida – Free; Skating additional
  • Jim Lauderdale at The Plaza Theatre- $10-$20
  • Dax Riggs at The Social – $10
  • Talking with Gods documentary screening at The Geek Easy – $5 members/$8 non-members
  • Tiesto at UCF Arena – $50
  • Warrant at The Garage Bar in Sanford – $15

November 20:

  • 13th Annual Florida Classic After Party w/ Doug E Fresh at House of Blues – $40-$55
  • Afterglow Radio at The Haven in Winter Park – Free
  • Art of the Highwaymen Weekend (meet the artists) at the Orange County Regional History Center – $9 / $15 weekend pass
  • Audubon Park Beer Festival in Audubon Park – $25 advance / $30 day of + canned food for donation
  • Before You Exit (CD Release Party) at Backbooth – $8
  • DeLand Fall Festival of the Arts in DeLand – Free
  • Earthbound Misfits presents the Music of Pink Floyd at The Plaza Theatre- $17.50
  • Feile Irish Fest at Blue Jacket Park – $10 advance/$15 at gate
  • Florida Classic Football at Citrus Bowl – $10-$200
  • Elton John and Leon Russell at Daytona Ocean Center – $45-$135
  • Light Up UCF at University of Central Florida – Free; Skating additional
  • Tyrone Wells at The Social – $13
  • Winter Park Harvest Festival in Winter Park – Free

November 21:

  • Art of the Highwaymen Weekend (meet the artists) at the Orange County Regional History Center – $9 / $15 weekend pass
  • DeLand Fall Festival of the Arts in DeLand – Free
  • Gallagher at The Plaza Theatre – $30-$45
  • Elton John and Leon Russell at Lakeland Center Jenkins Arena – $45-$135
  • Light Up UCF at University of Central Florida – Free; Skating additional

Mugs Up for the Audubon Park Beer Festival 2010 in Orlando

What better a way to spend a Saturday afternoon than at a beer festival? Especially when it helps out a charity.

This Saturday, November 20, head on over to Audubon Park for their 1st Annual Beer Fest. The event takes place from 1pm to 6pm at the beer garden behind Big Daddy’s Roadhouse and O’Stromboli’s (3001 Corrine Dr, Orlando Fl.32803; corner of Corrine Drive and Winter Park Road).

In addition to unlimited beer sampling, the Audubon Park Beer Festival will feature food samples and live entertainment.

Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 day of the event. A donation of a canned food item for the Second Harvest food bank is also requested.

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