Here at Ticket Alternative, the only thing that we love more than attending events is our clients who put them on. Watch the videos below to check out some of the awesome things they’ve been up to!

  • Vermont Brewers Festival

July 15-16th The Vermont Brewers Festival celebrated its 23rd anniversary! Their mission? To celebrate Artisan Craft Beer and the Brewers who brew them. Festival goers enjoyed scenic views of Lake Champlain framed by the Adirondack Mountain Range, food vendors, retail exhibitors, and beer from the over 40 brewers present. Whether they were mingling, pairing beers & chocolates, enjoying the view, or meeting the brewers, attendees had a blast. After all, who doesn’t love beer and summertime in Vermont? Success.

  • Minnesota United’s top 5 plays of 2015

Minnesota United had a record breaking 54 goal season that earned them the #4 spot in the North American Soccer League! For a list of the Minnesota soccer club’s upcoming games, head over to ticketalternative.com!

  • Wolf Creek Amphitheater Soul Life Music Festival

A weekend full of music, giveaways, family & friends, and delicious food; Wolf Creek’s Soul Life Music Festival brought the old school fun to Memorial Day weekend. Festival goers enjoyed performances by Syleena Johnson, The Robert Clasper Experiment, Angie Stone and more! If you missed this event don’t worry, there is still plenty of time to get your groove on this summer. Here is a list of the upcoming Wolf Creek events!

  • Honda Indy Toronto Race Highlights

June 12-14th, Honda Indy Toronto hit the streets! This year, Ontario’s largest annual sporting event brought a number of new things for event-goers (and world-class race car drivers) to enjoy and took place on the historic grounds of Exhibition Place near Lake Ontario. The three-day event had fun for both adults and children, race-fans and non. There was on-track action, off-track stunt shows, beer gardens, face-painting, contests, autograph sessions and more!

  • Construction of Sweetland Amphitheater at Boyd Park

Named after Jim and Annette Boyd, who started the “Sweet Land of Liberty” parade more than 30 years ago, Boyd Park is now home to Sweetland’s new amphitheatre! The amphitheatre was carved into an existing hillside, and in an effort to preserve the memories and image of historic Boyd Park, the original pavilion was rehabilitated and expanded. Not only does it seat about 2,000 people, there’s also 40,000 square foot of green space (approximately the size of the downtown Square) perfect for affairs including festivals, fairs and fundraising events!

  • Kingsport Fun Fest 2016

Fireworks, music , food vendors, and more! This year’s Kingsport Fun Fest was hit amongst adults and children. A celebration of culture, athletics, arts, and entertainment, each year the festival hopes to unite Kingsport residents and foster a caring and friendly community. The cherry on the top? The three day festival closed with performances by American Authors and The Fray!

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