Bands and craft brews at Seacrets

(April 3, 2015) Seacrets will present the inaugural “12 Pack of Local Music and Beer Fest” on Saturday, April 11 from 1-6 p.m.

“It’s a fun and different event for the springtime,” said Seacrets General Manager Scott Studds. “It’s a good way to showcase our newly renovated room, which will provide another stage to entertain our guests and introduce craft beers.”

Attendees can sample at least a dozen different craft brews from six local breweries, which will be paired with complimentary food.

“We asked for suggestions from the breweries on what food pairs work well with the beer they are bringing,” Studds said.

Burley Oak, Evolution, Dogfish Head, Fin City, DuClaw and Fordham & Dominion are the local breweries slated to provide samples.

This is the first time Seacrets has had any type of event involving craft beer, Studds said.

There will be several bands playing throughout the 49th Street venue. Expect to see bands based out of Delaware, Virginia and Maryland, he added. The line-up hadn’t been finalized as of earlier this week.

Bad Since Breakfast, Full Circle, Daniella Cotton, Graham Alexander, Melissa Alesi & Lauren Glick, Alex & Shilo, Old School and Kalib Brown have all been confirmed.

Seacrets refurbished one of its rooms, which was previously being used for dining and no longer housed entertainment. The newly dubbed, “Old Main Bar” will be showcased during the music and beer fest. This area will be utilized for entertainment purposes or private functions and gives Seacrets more flexibility, Studds said.

Organizers were looking to partner with craft breweries in the area, in addition to, showcasing local musical talent, while introducing an event Seacrets has never done before, he said.

“It will be one of many music fests with at least three bands playing at the same time,” Studds said.

All attendees will receive a souvenir pint glass and must be 21 or older.

Tickets cost $30 and can be purchased at Seacrets on 49th Street or online at Seacrets.com/Shop. For more information, call Seacrets at 410-524-4900.

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