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January, 3rd 2018 – Fort Myers, FL – Craft beer, live music, and more comes to downtown Fort Myers on Saturday, January 13th for the Third Annual Taps & Tunes Craft Beer & Music Festival! Sample over 80 craft beers while enjoying music from Problem Kids, Of Good Nature, and Jukebox the Ghost. Plus, purchase a variety of eats from local food trucks! The Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center is hosting this event which will be held at Centennial Park, downtown Fort Myers.
Take part in the most exciting craft beer & music festival in Fort Myers! On Saturday, January 13th experience live music, delicious food, and more right in Centennial Park. With VIP ticket purchase, fans get preferred seating, VIP bathroom, catered food from Buffalo Wings and Rings, VIP brews, meet & greet with bands Jukebox the Ghost, Of Good Nature, and Problem Kids, souvenir tasting cup with samplings of 80+ craft beers from award-winning breweries, and entrance to the event to enjoy live music — all for just $75! For just $45, patrons receive an unlimited tasting cup, which offers sampling of more than 80 craft beers from award-winning breweries like Islamorada Beer Company, Kona Brewing, Shipyard, Magic Hat, Bury Me Brewing, Old Soul Brewing, and many more!
Taps & Tunes Craft Beer & Music Festival
Saturday, January 13, 2018
2pm – 8pm
Tickets: $45 Unlimited Beer Tasting • $75 VIP Pass • $5 General Admission
Tasting Flights available for purchase at event
Held at Centennial Park in Downtown Fort Myers
For tickets and info, visit
Volunteer Sign Up:
Or call for info: 239-333-1933
Musical Line Up
2pm – Problem Kids
4pm – Of Good Nature
6pm – Jukebox the Ghost
Jukebox the Ghost arrives after years of accruing a diehard following while remaining one of the hardest-working live acts in music. The group’s quirky songwriting and breathtaking performance skills have led the trio to share stages with Ben Folds, Jack’s Mannequin, Motion City Soundtrack and Guster, while being one of Yep Roc’s lynchpin artists since signing to the label in 2010. Jukebox the Ghost has dazzled on big stages, such as when the group rocked The Late Show with David Letterman, showcasing the vibrant pop-rock workout of “Schizophrenia” on late-night TV. The band recently returned to late-night TV where they performed the song “Postcard” off of their new self titled album on Conan. For more info, visit
Of Good Nature is an indie rock-reggae group that was formed in Charlotte, NC in 2011. The 2011 debut album, Just Add Water, won Indie-Ville Reggae Album of the Year – Nashville, TN. On October 23rd 2015, their sophomore album, Life Worth Livin, debuted at #5 on the iTunes Top Reggae Album Chart. The notable Reggae Rise Up Festival in St. Petersburg, FL added Of Good Nature to the already stacked bill through their Artist Discovery Series in early 2017, along with Slightly Stoopid, Dirty Heads, Iration, Steel Pulse, The Green and many more. For more info, visit
Problem Kids’ undeniably fresh sound is characterized by the group’s willingness to bounce effortlessly between vintage hip-hop, roots rock, and Caribbean salsa rhythms without missing a step. With creative arrangements and catchy melodies in place, the storytelling lyricism from two witty emcees seal the signature PK sound. In 2010, Problem Kids dropped their first full-length album, Poetry in Motion, which introduced the masses to their vibrant sound and featured some of Miami’s top emerging talent including songstress Anna Palmerola on the track “Ride with Me,” and rising reggae artist AG Lyonz on “Hold Me Down.” The album was well-received with local press, and catapulted the group to a busy show schedule, which included opening slots for hip-hop legends Chuck D, Uncle Luke, Rakim and more in 2012 alone. For more info, visit
Sponsored by: Suncoast Beverage, iHeart Media, Y100, Courtyard Marriott, City of Fort Myers, The Beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel, City Tavern, Buffalo Wings and Rings, and Advance Solar & Spa

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