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San Gabriel Dumpling & Beer Fest 2019

Date

Location

San Gabriel Mission Playhouse

320 South Mission Drive.
San Gabriel , CA 91776
Website: RSVP Today!

San Gabriel’s local twist on Oktoberfest is set for Friday, October 4, 2019. The 5th annual event will include over 30 craft beer varieties, 25 dumpling and food vendors, an expanded event area, 3 DJs, live music, the ever-popular Dumpling Eating Competition and more surprises! Info on being a contestant can be found on the San Gabriel Dumpling & Beer Fest Eventbrite page.

San Gabriel is known for its delicious, authentic Asian cuisine and one of the hottest foods in the City is dumplings. Many of the amazing dumpling spots in San Gabriel have been recognized by restaurant critics and food bloggers including the late, Pulitzer Prize-winning restaurant critic, Jonathan Gold. At the same time, the craft beer scene has taken off in recent years, and beer festivals are a popular weekend activity. The San Gabriel Dumpling & Beer Fest is an annual event that brings those two great loves together.

Headlining this year’s event is Mestizo Beat, a collective of musicians based out of Los Angeles who compose and perform music influenced by the early 1970s era funk, soul, afro-beat, and afro-Cuban genre.

Purchase your unlimited craft beer tasting wristbands on Eventbrite! Food and dumplings may be purchased directly from vendors. Beer wristband pricing:

Early Bird available from June 21 – September 1: $24

Online Price available from September 1 – October 4*: $29

Door Price: $40**

*Online price will close at 5:00pm on October 4.

**Ticket sales at the door may close by 9pm, plan on arriving early.

Pease do not forget your ID!

Questions? Contact the City of San Gabriel Economic Development Division at [email protected] or call 626-308-2806.

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