A Hard Seltzer Festival is Bubbling Up At the Agora in March

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If this last summer in Cleveland was any indication, hard seltzers have officially taken over the adult beverage industry. Something about their crisp taste and microscopic calorie-count speaks to hipsters and basic B's alike. Now, Cleveland is getting its own festival that celebrates the gluten-free drink.

Dubbed All Fizzed Up, the boozy event, which includes more than 100 seltzers, rolls out March 21 at the (thankfully very much indoor) Agora.   



Like many other alcohol-themed festivals in these parts, this one is going to cost you. Early Bird VIP tickets go for $65, and general admission is $40. All attendees receive a pint glass and commemorative photo, but VIPs get in early.

The event also features live music, yard-type games and other alcohol tasting options.



Find all tickets to the fizzy festival at agoracleveland.com. The event starts at 7 p.m. and is, as it should be, only for those 21 and over. Do remember that while attending this festival there are still actually laws when you're drinking the Claw.

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