Friday, October 14, 2016

Angry Orchard Harvest Fest

Posted By on Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 10:00 AM

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Angry Orchard is hosting their first-annual harvest festival on Saturday, October 15 with music, food, and newly-released hard cider varieties.

Catchy-acoustic-pop group G. Love & Special Sauce perform on the main stage, followed by Jewish-reggae singer Matisyahu, known for his songs "One Day" and "King Without a Crown." Other musical acts will appear throughout the day on the main stage and cider house back porch stage.

If guests are unsure of which growler to pick from—knotty pear, crisp apple, old fashioned, and more— they can sample three exclusive selections in the innovation cider house. Those who don’t fear heights can attend a treehouse tasting room tour. Yes, it is a real treehouse. No, the trees do not talk or slap people for grabbing their apples like in The Wizard of Oz.

Those that wish to pursue some games can try their hand at cornhold or other lawn games, or visit the orchard’s old school Angry Arcade. Tickets can be exchanged for Angry Orchard prizes.

Food will be for purchase from food trucks, including 3 Mamas and Mike, Handsome Devil BBQ, Lekker, and Stoked: A Wood Fired Kitchen.

Gates open at 2 pm this Saturday, October 15 at Angry Orchard, 2241 Albany Post Road in Walden. The event is 21 and over. General admission is $45, VIP tickets are $75. Purchase tickets here.

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