SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Bash Festival is making its final stop in California after touring throughout the U.S. for their first ever rock concert and craft beer festival. 

"The Bash is going to be absolutely epic," said The Bash co-producer Cameron Collins of Brew Ha Ha Productions in a statement. "The lineup of bands pair perfectly with the craft beer industry's spirit of creativity and independence! We've brought in some of the most exciting breweries and beers in the nation for The Bash, it's a MUST attend event!"

What is it?

In it's inaugural year, the Bash Festival is a craft beer and music festival that has visited Arizona, New Jersey, Idaho, and Washington. The final shows take place in California. 

The show is headlined by the punk rock band Rancid and also brings together more than 100 craft brews from around the area. 

When and where is it?

The Bash takes place on Sunday, June 16, at Papa Murphy's Park, 1600 Exposition Boulevard in Sacramento. However, certain times have restrictions on who will be able to enter the festival. 

  • Noon – Ages 21+ for the VIP tasting and music festival
  • 1 p.m. – Ages 21+ for the General Admission tastings and music festival
  • 4 p.m. – All ages for the music festival

How much is it?

Tickets can range from $39.50 for general admission to $99.50 for a VIP pass before fees. 

Which bands will be there?

Five bands are scheduled for the event. Set times are as followed:

  • Sharp Shock at 4 p.m.
  • L7 at 5:05 p.m.
  • Suicidal Tendencies at 6:15 p.m.
  • Pennywise at 7:30 p.m.
  • Rancid at 8:50 p.m.

Which beers will be available?

There'll be over a hundred options for brews at the festival ranging from IPAs and stouts to Saisons and Hefeweizens. Both brewers from the local area and nationwide will be at the event including:

  • New Glory Craft Brewery
  • Jackrabbit Brewing Co.
  • Seismic Brewing Company
  • Auburn Alehouse
  • Ska Brewing

For a list of more breweries, click here.

Some festival rules

Personal belongings will be searched prior to entering the festival and re-entry will not be allowed. Allowed items at the festival include: 

  • Clear Plastic refillable water containers. No metal and no glass
  • Bags in compliance with our “Clear Bag” Policy”
  • Blankets and beach towels
  • Standard non-professional cameras
  • Cellphone 
  • Chapstick
  • Medications with a prescription and valid ID matching.
  • Strollers

A number of items are banned from the festival. For a full list of items, which includes bag restrictions, click here.

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