There's nothing like a good beer festival to welcome back some warmer weather.

Finally, after a couple of years of events and festivals being canceled, it is great to see so many things lined up for 2022. The 7th Annual Beerfest at the Ballpark in Lansing will be back in April of 2022.

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When is Beerfest at the Ballpark?

Beerfest at the Ballpark in Lansing, MI will take place on Saturday, April 30th, 2022. This event will kick off at 3 pm and run until 8 pm at Jackson Field in Downtown Lansing. Jackson Field is also home to the Lansing Lugnuts.

What food and beverages will be available at Beerfest at the Ballpark?

Visitors will be able to enjoy samples from around 70 different breweries and cideries. Overall, over 300 different beers and ciders will be available to you to try. Just to make sure that you aren't drinking on an empty stomach, food will be available from the Lansing Lugnuts, which includes burgers, Philly cheesesteaks, pizza, BBQ, and more.

How much are tickets for Beerfest at the Ballpark?

A number of different ticket options are available for Lansing's Beerfest at the Ballpark. Ticket options include:

  • Advanced ticket: $35 (plus fees)
    • Souvenir glass & 10 tasting tickets
  • VIP ticket: $45 (plus fees)
    • Early entry, souvenir glass with dated logo, 15 tasting tickets.
  • Rare Beer with VIP ticket: $80 (plus fees)
    • Early entry, 15 tasting tickets, special glass, a ticket to rare beer event with eight tasting tickets and appetizers.
  • G.A. tickets at the gate: $40
    • Souvenir glass & 10 tasting tickets
  • Designated Driver tickets: $15

For more information on Beerfest at the Ballpark, click here.

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