Popular Hamilton brewery celebrating a decade with two day music festival

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Published September 14, 2023 at 4:17 pm

Photo by: Marie-Eve Giguère (Google Images)

Beer enthusiasts can get to end their summer right with a two-day music festival set to take place on 22-23 September.

Collective Arts Brewing will mark its ten-year journey and to commemorate this milestone, they’ve organized ‘A Creative Trip’ festival.

With a diverse lineup, the festival showcases artists like Born Ruffians, U.S. Girls, Georgia Harmer, Chastity, Moon King, and more.

Hamilton’s very own The Dirty Nil will be hosting an exclusive afterparty DJ set on the first night of the festivities, scheduled for September 22.

Attendees can immerse themselves in a world of creativity, with interactive art experiences like “Never Gonna GIF You Up” by Chris Morin, a pop-up tattoo shop, a CatDirty pop-up shop, and the enigmatic “Mystery Goop” art installation by Andrew Friesen.

The brewery has created two limited-edition drinks crafted especially for the 10-year anniversary celebration, which will be up for grabs.

The festival will take place at Collective Arts Brewery (207 Burlington St. E.) from 5 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., on both days.

Tickets are on sale and prices range from $45 – $85.

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