Special Guest Appearances
NASCAR Champion and Hall of Fame member Bill Elliott
Wayne “Hill Billy” Nix from the Discovery’s hit show Moonshiners
Four informative seminars with tastes and interaction
Andrews Entertainment District will host the first Andrews Moonshine Festival on Saturday, October 18th. Buckhead’s 1st moonshine festival will feature a diverse selection of over 50 local and national moonshine varieties from apple pie to prohibition tea flavors as well as enlightening seminars, live music from the Gary Ray Trio and special guest appearances.
Get Your Tickets!
VIP tickets are $60 and include early entry at 1pm.
General admission is $30 with doors opening at 2pm.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Shepherd Center, a private, not-for-profit hospital devoted to the medical care and rehabilitation of people with spinal cord injury and disease, acquired brain injury, multiple sclerosis and other neuromuscular problems.
“Providing guests with a true moonshine experience, we are thrilled not only to feature vast varieties and flavors of moonshine but also to host experts providing four informative and interactive seminars at one event,” said Andrews Entertainment District President Stephen de Haan. “The Andrews Moonshine Festival will feature everything there is to know about moonshine and so much more.”
Don’t Miss the Fun!
See NASCAR Champion and Hall of Fame member Bill Elliott, the Dawsonville Moonshine Stock Car, Wayne “Hill Billy” Nix from the Discovery’s hit show Moonshiners and more!
There will be four informative seminars featuring tastings and interactions with the guests throughout the event!
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Standing Taller. My footsteps are lighter.
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Yep! There’s more!
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Image Credit: Flickr Arnooo
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Choose Your Favorite Messy Marvin Tote!
Hurry Ends 7/14!
Welcome to the Messy Marvin — Marvin on the Move Tote Giveaway!!!
Hosted By: Sweet Southern Lovin
Sponsored By: Messy Marvin
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