All the deets for Summit’s 30th anniversary bash

Summit Brewing Company is celebrating 30 years with a backyard bash on September 10 // Image via Summit Brewing Company

Summit Brewing Company is celebrating 30 years with a backyard bash on September 10. Years past have seen artists like Haley Bonar (pictured). Bob Mould will headline this year’s bash. // Image via Summit Brewing Company

Summit Brewing Company will celebrate its 30th birthday on Saturday, September 10, with a big old backyard bash, it announced today via press release.

The party will go from 12pm to 8pm and feature Bob Mould as the headliner. Other artists include: Bully, deM atlaS, Bad Bad Hats, Apollo Cobra, and Nooky Jones. Hotpants DJs will spin vinyl between sets.

Admission to the 21-and-older event is $30 in advance and $40 the day of the show. Children ages 12 and younger will be allowed in free of charge with parental supervision. Tickets are on sale as of today.

Just like past Backyard Bashes, a portion of the party’s proceeds will go to the Minnesota Music Coalition (MMC), a local nonprofit supporting independent artists.

The day will also feature a wide variety of Summit brews, cask tastings, water stations, and a variety of food, including Pizza Lucé, Anchor Fish and Chips, Bennett’s, World Street Kitchen, Signature on Wheels, and Black Forest.

Parking is limited, so patrons are encouraged to bike, bus, shuttle or carpool. Summit and Metro Transit will provide free rides to the event. New bus line 83 drops off in the cul-de-sac just off Montreal Avenue, and the 54 drops off on West 7th Street. Both routes connect to the Light Rail Green Line.

For more information or to purchase tickets for Summit’s 30th Anniversary Backyard Bash, click here.

Also, check out the Spotify playlist of the 30th anniversary backyard bash bands.

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