Oak City Brewing Company located at 616 North First Avenue, and backing up to Knightdale Station Park, will bring a mix of two of North Carolina’s favorite past times, great music and great food, together with some fantastic local brew for a day of fun-filled festivities as the inaugural Oak and Smoke Festival will take place on Saturday, October 22.
The first ever Oak and Smoke Festival with see the days events commence at noon with live music, as the bluegrass festival portion of the event will take place on the Oak City Brewing Company lawn section. The great tunes will continue for the duration of the entire event, with music from the Ninth Street Ramblers, New ‘Shine Revival, and Carolina Tradition Bluegrass Band.
Those planning to spend the afternoon listening to the lively tunes are encouraged to bring fold out chairs or a blanket for their own comfort and seating. There will be a limited number of tent spaces that are available to purchase at the brewery prior to the Oak and Smoke Festival as well. These may only be purchased in person for $30 and will include one general admission entry.
Some of the finest local BBQ from anywhere in the area will also be available at the Oak and Smoke Festival, as the delicious tastes of both “Heavenly Smoke” out of Raleigh, and Big Mikes BBQ of Cary will be on hand tickling the taste buds of all in attendance at the Oak and Smoke Festival. Of course, with the setting of Oak City Brewing Company as the host for the Oak and Smoke Festival, there will also be a wide selection of beers, with the outdoor beer tent and the tap house open, pouring, and serving for the patrons throughout the event.
Tickets for the Oak and Smoke Festival are on sale now and going fast at eventbrite.com and can also be purchased in person at Oak City Brewing Company. They are $5 each and all patrons attending must be 21 years of age and older. As an added bonus, the first 250 patrons to arrive at the Oak and Smoke Festival will receive a free koozie.
The Oak and Smoke Festival will start at noon and run until 6:00 p.m. For more information on this event and Oak City Brewing Company, visit oakcitybrewingcompany.com.