Frequently Asked Questions
Street parking is available near the footprint of the festival as well as several nearby parking decks.
Brewgaloo is free to attend and open to the public! Come enjoy the bands free of charge and checkout the food trucks and vendors lining the streets of DTR. Food trucks and vendors accept cash and credit options. Tickets are only required for the purchase of alcohol.
Tickets can be purchased in advance online or at our ticket outlet- The Green Monkey. Tickets are also available for purchase day of at the festival. Click here for more ticketing information.
The Brewgaloo Friday Night Block Party will kick off the Brewgaloo Beer Festival Weekend! Tickets for this event will be scanned upon entrance and include all you can sample NC beers and ciders. Please have your ticket pulled up on your smart phone or printed for scanning.
Saturday’s street festival is free to attend, but tickets are required for beer purchases. In addition to drink tickets, you will need to obtain a wristband by having your ID checked and pick up your souvenir cup at the festival ticketing gates located on intersecting streets between Fayetteville and Salisbury St. Drink tickets can be purchased in advance online or at a participating ticket outlet. Day of purchases are available at the festival gates for an increased price. Tickets can be redeemed for a taste or a pint of NC beer or cider.
Tickets are non-refundable. This is a rain or shine event.
Drink tickets can be responsibly shared by individuals ages 21 and over. You MUST have a wristband to drink. Wristbands are distributed at the ID checking stations located at the festival entrance gates.
No, tickets from previous years will not be accepted.
Any of the Will Call Booths located on Hargett, Davie, or Martin St.
Lost and Found is at the Shop Local Raleigh Volunteer Check In booth on Martin and Fayetteville. If it is after the event email Contactus@shoplocalraleigh.org with a description of the item.
Only one glass per person.
Well behaved, leashed dogs are permitted at the festival and should be comfortable in large crowds. Although dogs are allowed at Brewgaloo, your pet may find it more comfortable and enjoyable to stay home. Please consider what is best for your pet before bringing them to the festival. It is the responsibility of the owner to supply water for and clean up any mess from their pet.
Yes! Brewgaloo is more than just a beer festival. We welcome guests of all ages to come and enjoy the free street festival featuring local food trucks, vendors, and live music.
- Days Inn Downtown Raleigh 300 N Dawson St
- Hampton Inn & Suites Raleigh Downtown @ Glenwood South 600 Glenwood Ave
- Holiday Inn Hotel Downtown Raleigh 320 Hillsborough St
- Raleigh Marriott City Center 500 Fayetteville St
- Residence Inn by Marriott 616 S. Salisbury Street
- Sheraton Raleigh Hotel 421 S Salisbury St
Yes! In addition to NC beer, Brewgaloo features many other adult beverage options including cider, hard seltzer & kombucha. View the full lineup here and be sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook for previews of what is coming to Brewgaloo this year! Additionally, there are non-alcoholic beverages available for purchase throughout the festival as well as local energy drinks and coffee. Bring your own water bottle to the festival and fill up for FREE at one of the water monsters.
The Shop Local Raleigh Volunteer Check in Booth will have first aid.
No- tickets are only needed to drink, otherwise the event is free to attend.
You can find the zone they are in on the map. Go to that block to find what you are looking for!
- Fayetteville St. from Morgan St. to Lenoir St.
- Davie St. between Salisbury St. and Wilmington St.
- Martin St. between Salisbury St. and Wilmington St.
- Hargett St. between Salisbury St. and Wilmington St.
Click here for more information on being a brewery, food truck, vendor, or band at Brewgaloo.