Craft-Beer Lovers Alert! Annual Fest Is April 12 in Downtown Martinez

Credit Downtown Martinez.
Credit Downtown Martinez.

This year's Bay Area Craft Beer Festival -- with its array of  flavorful craft beer -- is Saturday, April 12 from noon to 4 p.m. in downtown Martinez at Waterfront Park on North Court Street.

First started in 2010 in conjunction with Main Street Martinez, the festival annually draws more than 3,000 people to enjoy beer from over 35 microbreweries, live music and food from local restaurants. 

This event  is a short walking distance from the Martinez Amtrak Station and downtown parking is free.

Tickets are $35 each, or $45 if purchased at the door -- provided the event is not sold out. And the event may sell out, so don't miss out -- click here.

Or purchase tickets at one of these local retail locations with cash. (Call first to confirm hours and availability.)

  • The Pig and the Pickle Ale Industries Marketplace, 1960 Concord Ave. Concord, (925) 470-5280 (Cash Only)
  • Les Schwab Tires of Martinez - 3800 Alhambra Ave., Martinez, (925) 370-6382 (Cash only. Closed Sundays)
  • PakMail Center - 649 Main St. Ste. 102, Martinez, (925) 228-6209 (Cash only. Closed evenings & Sundays)
  • Main Street Martinez - 649 Main St. Ste. 106, Martinez, (925) 228-3577 (Credit Cards OK. Weekdays only)

Ticket to the craft beer festival includes admission, a commemorative glass, rockin' live music --  and an afternoon of beer tasting!

Designated drivers can access the festival for a reduced rate of $5 if purchased online, $10 at the door, and includes a reusable water bottle with event logo and free water at the hydration station!

And while in the area, attendees are encouraged to discover downtown Martinez, and the shops and restaurants!

A few reminders: 

  • Tickets are non-refundable.
  • NO ONE UNDER 21 ADMITTED - I.D. required.
  • NO outside alcohol allowed
  • NO Pets. No Backpacks. 


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