5th Annual Upslope Get Down
Join us for the 5th annual Upslope Get Down Presented by Flatirons Subaru, a FREE music fest with Upslope beer, food trucks, games, art, vendors and more on Saturday, May 19th from 2:00-10:00 pm at our Flatiron Park brewery.
We’re taking over the back parking lot of our Flatiron Park brewery to bring you a day full of live music on 3 stages.
LIVE MUSIC | FOOD TRUCKS | GAMES | ART | KIDS ZONE
VIP Tickets & Advance Beer Ticket Package:
↠ VIP TICKET // $65, Includes: – Admission to the private VIP Tent presented by our friends at Moe’s Original BBQ – All you can drink! Beers will be flowing all day at our private VIP bar – 1 food ticket for a meal provided by Moe’s Original BBQ-Boulder – Happy Hour cheese pairing by Cured – Prime Location! Premium viewing of Main Stage – Enjoy specialty beers on tap exclusively at our VIP bar – Souvenir pint glass – Private portable restrooms
↠ ADVANCE BEER TICKET PACKAGE // $15 Enjoy 1 free beer (4 beers for the price of 3!)!
>> 21+ event; however, we’re family friendly! Anyone under 21 MUST be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian. Also, we love pets, but please leave your four-legged friends at home.
About Upslope Brewing
Meteorologically speaking, it’s a front range-covering, water-table-filling, snow-dumping weather pattern that anyone with bindings and a roof rack would die for. Beerologically speaking, it’s carbonated gold. In 2008, Matt Cutter, Henry Wood and Dany Pages, kissed their homes in Cleveland, Atlanta and Argentina goodbye to bring their beer-brewing love affair to Boulder, Colorado. With that, Upslope Brewery Company was born. And after eight years of supplying Colorado with trailhead tallboys, and pow-day libations made from the freshest snowmelt, the finest hops and the purest passion for living life outdoors, one thing has become undeniable. These guys didn’t just float another microbrew into the sea of Colorado microbrews. They created a lineup of quality craft beer that tastes as good poured from a tap as they do pulled out of a fishing vest. In other words, for those who call the Continental Divide home, the perfect storm.
Contact: Laura Greaney