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North Carolina Brewers and Music Festival
18 Dec 2013
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On May 10, 2014, come enjoy a ten hour day of fun in beautiful and historic open farmland, complete with seven great bands and tons of North Carolina's finest craft brews.

You'll be privy to all the hand crafted ales and lagers you can savor! Featuring: over three hours of free tasting, a day packed full of great music, food, merchandise, children's activities, beer education, and a chance to learn about and interact with area non-profits.

Designated Driver and under 21 tickets are available at a reduced rate so everyone can come have a blast! On site camping is available by online reservation.

NCBMF is presented by Historic Rural Hill, a non-profit and historic site in Huntersville, NC that provides educational field trips and cultural events throughout the calendar year. All proceeds from NCBMF will go towards the preservation and advancement of Historic Rural Hill and its mission.

Proceeds support the preservation of Historic Rural Hill. For more than 250 years in history, Rural Hill is located at 4431 Neck Road (off Beatties Ford Road) in Huntersville, 28078. The former homestead of Major John and Violet Davidson, the 265 acre site is maintained and promoted by Rural Hill and features annual events such as the Rural Hill Scottish Festival and Loch Norman Highland Games, the Rural Hill Amazing Maize Maze and the Rural Hill Sheep Dog Trials. Rural Hill Inc. is a non-profit organization supported through membership and donations, and with proceeds from its events utilized for the preservation of historic Rural Hill and its education efforts. For more information on events or for financial support accepted securely online, please visit www.ruralhill.net.

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This event is featured on the Year of the Rural Arts Calendar of Events. For more information on the Year of the Rural Arts, visit www.artoftherural.org

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Performance Local Rural-Urban Festival/Celebration Southeast CraftBeer Music Rural RuralHill YORA
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