Support Red Mountain Park while tasting wines at Hop City Craft Beer and Wine Birmingham!
Enjoy discovering and sampling an ample variety of wines from multiple distributors. You’ll be able to buy or order your favorites on site. Food trucks will also be present at the event. This event is a new fundraiser put on by the Red Mountain Park Junior Board in partnership with Hop City. Proceeds from ticket sales go to support Red Mountain Park operations.
General Admission tickets are $50 pre-event and $60 at the door. If you’d like to beat the crowds and be among the first to taste and purchase the wines, VIP Early Access tickets are available for $75.
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