Frequently Asked Questions


Where can I buy tickets to the Boulder Valley Beer Fest?

You can purchase tickets online or in person at the event.


How do I receive my tickets once I purchase them?

All tickets, including those purchased online, must be picked up at the ticket booth at the event.


What are ticket prices?

Tickets purchased online are:

General Admission - $30 each if purchased by September 6, 2019 and tickets purchased at the event are $35 each.

VIP Tickets - $60 each if purchased by September 6, 2019 and tickets purchased at the event are $65 each.



Ticket price includes entry into beer tasting event, collectible mug for tasting, unlimited beer samplings from various local breweries , wine, specialty beers not available outside of the VIP area, food, and early entry into the event.


What time does the Boulder Valley Beer Fest start and end?

The Fest starts at 2:00 pm and finishes at 6:30 pm. Breweries will stop serving beer at 6:00pm. 

VIP Early Entry begins at 1:30pm


What are rules/restrictions for the event?

You must be 21 years or older to purchase a ticket and consume alcoholic beverages.

No outside alcoholic beverages are allowed on site – no exceptions.

No drugs

No smoking

No weapons

No pets

Service dogs are allowed


Where does the Boulder Valley Beer Fest take place? How do I get there?

At the Superior Community Park, 1350 Coalton Road, Superior.   Access is west from the Interlocken loop exit from US 36 or east from McCaslin.  See the Location tab on the website for a map to the Fest.


Where do I park and is there a parking fee?

Parking is on street along Coalton Road and is free.  Police will be on hand to guide patrons to parking.


What if it rains?

The Beer Fest will go on regardless of the weather.  If it looks like rain, bring an umbrella.  No refunds will be given.  (The sun can be very bright – to avoid sunburn, bring sunscreen and wear a hat).


Are there places to sit down?

There will be a covered area with seating at the Beer Fest, which will be shared by all patrons.


Is there food available?

The Beer Fest is being held in conjunction with the Superior Chili Fest.  Beer Fest patrons may purchase tickets to the Chili Fest for $5 or purchase food from food trucks or other vendors at the event. Please visit the Superior Chili Fest website for more details.

There will also be food available to those who purchase VIP tickets. 


How many samples of beer can I taste?

Your admission ticket entitles you to as many samples of beer as you wish.  There will be many beers to sample, so pace yourself, and don’t over indulge.  

Chili Fest patrons may purchase single servings of beer ($5 per glass) or wine ($7 per glass)


What if I purchase a ticket and can’t come?

Give it to a family member or friend, there are no refunds.


What important items should I bring with me?

Your legal ID to show proof of age

Comfortable shoes, the event site has a mixture of grass and hard surfaces

A hat and sunscreen


What kind of entertainment do you have at the Beer Fest?

Jacob Larson Band will play from 2:00 – 4:00 pm and Face will perform from 4:00 – 6:00 pm


The Boulder Valley Beer Fest (BVBF) organized as a fundraiser by Rotary Club of Boulder Valley, Inc. is a 21+ event.  Bring your picture ID to gain admittance.

Tickets are non-refundable. 

Beer vendors are subject to change without notice. 

BVBF reminds everyone to drink responsibly and to enjoy the event.

This is an outdoor event.  Participants attend this event at their own risk and shall not hold Rotary Club of Boulder Valley, Inc, its members, officers, agents and volunteers, the Town of Superior, the Superior Chamber of Commerce, or any vendors, sponsors or other organizers responsible for any loss, damages, or personal injury incurred as a result of attending this activity.

Participants grant Rotary Club of Boulder Valley, Inc. the right and permission to take event photographs and to use such images of them in publications, websites, or other media without permission or compensation.

Proceeds of the event benefit Rotary Club of Boulder Valley, Inc. and its on-going local and international service projects.