The Best Of Bands, Brew & BBQ At Busch Gardens

By Barbara Ann - Email: barbaraann@wqyk.com | Facebook: www.facebook.com/BAWQYK | Twitter: @BarbaraAnnWqyk

Brands, Brew & BBQ is returning for the sixth year to Busch Garden’s Gwazi Park. More than 100 specialty and craft beers, spicy barbecue and some big names in rock music will be at Busch Gardens to fill you up and rock you out starting Sunday, Feb. 10 – March 3.

The Bands
Feb. 10 – John Kay & Steppenwolf
Feb. 17 – Barenakes Ladies
Feb. 24 – The Doobie Brothers
March 3 – Goo Goo Dolls

The Brew
With More options than ever before, the expanded Beer Festival will feature more than 100 imported, domestic and craft beers. Select brews are available at each of the tents along the Bands, Brew and BBQ pathway, as well as in Gwazi Park.

The BBQ
Outback Steakhouse
Smokey Bones
Kojak’s House of Ribs
Busch Gardens

Bands, Brew & BBQ Info
Busch Gardens
Address to the main parking entrance:
10165 N McKinley Dr
Tampa, FL 33612
1-888-800-5447 | www.buschgardens.com

Prices
Single Day Admission:  Adult 10 & Up – $85 | Child 3-9 – $77
Wristband for Unlimited Beer & BBQ sampling (noon-5:30PM) – $30
Bands, Brew & BBQ VIP Ticket 2013 – $34.99
Bands, Brew & BBQ 2013 Premium VIP Ticket – $59.99

All of the concerts are free with regular admission to the theme park. A new program will give guests advance entry to choose their concert seats for a $10 up-charge. Concerts start at 5 PM in Gwazi Field.

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