Region's Largest Cider Festival Returns to Portland for 8th Annual Event

What: 8th annual Cider Summit Portland, featuring over 150 ciders including regional favorites and international classics.

Where: Fields Neighborhood Park – 1099 NW Overton St. Portland, OR 97209

When: Friday, June 29 from 3pm-8pm (VIP from 2pm-3pm) & Saturday, June 30 from 12n-5pm

Available tickets:

VIP tickets include a souvenir tasting glass, 16 tasting tickets and exclusive entry on Friday from 2pm-3pm. $35* if purchased before June 1 and $40* if purchased between June 1-28 while supply lasts.

General admission tickets include a souvenir tasting glass and 12 tasting tickets.  $25* if purchased before June 1, $30* if purchased between June 1-28, and $35 at the gate.

* Service charges are added to all tickets purchased online


- Online ticket sales will end at 11pm on Thursday, June 28.

- Designated Driver tickets will be available at the gate for $5 and include a bottle of water.  You may not consume alcohol with this ticket.

- You will be allowed to re-enter the event both days with wristband on & event tasting glass.

- Additional tasting tickets will be available onsite for $2 each.

- This event is strictly 21 & over - no exceptions (including babies).

- Last pour is 15 minutes prior to the close of each session.

- No outside food or alcohol allowed.

Additional features: Food offerings from World Foods, Cypress Grove Cheese, KRAVE Jerky, and others.  Oregon Fruit Products & Enartis Fruit & Oak Cider Challenge, featuring pilot batch fruit & oaked ciders from several participating cideries with consumer vote to determine champion. A Dog Lounge - hosted by DoveLewis and live music produced in conjunction with event beneficiary Cascade Blues Association featuring several of Portland's legendary artists.

Sponsors: Presented by World Foods Portland and Cider Bite Taphouse.  Supporting sponsors include Oregon Fruit Products, KRAVE Jerky, Enartis, Maletis Beverage, and The Portland Streetcar.  Media partners include 94/7 Alternative Portland, The Portland Mercury, and CIDERCRAFT Magazine.

Beneficiaries: Cascade Blues Association, Northwest Cider Association, DoveLewis Emergency Pet Hospital, The Institute for Myeloma & Bone Cancer Research.

Music Info
To be posted.

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