Pop-Up Beer Garden Event Returns to Woodland Park Thursday
Lexington, Ky. – The much-anticipated annual pop-up beer garden event at Woodland Park is set to make its return this Thursday, marking its third consecutive year. In collaboration with West Sixth Brewing, the event promises to create a unique communal space where attendees can gather, socialize, and enjoy the great outdoors. The event will be held on the third Thursday of May, June, and July, from 4 – 8 p.m. at Woodland Park, located at 601 East High Street.
The temporary neighborhood beer garden, organized by the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, aims to provide a welcoming atmosphere for friends, families, and beer enthusiasts alike. The event will feature food trucks offering an array of local culinary delights, ensuring that attendees can indulge in delicious food while savoring their favorite brews.
West Sixth Brewing will bring the beer. Additionally, the brewery will curate a lively ambiance by offering background tunes, lawn games, and a range of family-friendly activities. They say their goal is to promote the idea that “craft beer can be connective and is better enjoyed outdoors.”
To accommodate the diverse preferences of attendees, LFUCG encourages visitors to bring their own blankets, chairs, and even their furry friends. The organizers say they will strive to create a comfortable environment that caters to everyone’s needs, ensuring a memorable experience for all.
The pop-up beer garden event will be held throughout the spring and summer, allowing residents and visitors of Lexington to revel in the pleasant weather while enjoying quality beer and good company. So mark your calendars, gather your crew, and make your way to the Beer Garden this Thursday for an evening of fun, relaxation, and community spirit.
For more information and updates about the event, please visit contact Jess Piersol, LFUCG’s Special Events Service Manager for Recreation Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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