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Sara Hite Memorial Rose Garden
5440 S.E. Kellogg Creek Dr.
Milwaukie Oregon. 97222
(Adjacent to North Clackamas Park)
DATES & TIMES
Saturday, September 7, 2019
1 to 9 P.M.
Pre-sale tickets are $15 and can be purchased online here. Tickets purchased at the door the day of the event are $20.
The fee includes entry to the event, an engraved beer or wine glass and access to all musical performances. Beer, wine and spirits tastings, food and merchandise are an optional additional cost once inside the event.
IS THERE AVAILABLE PARKING?
There is a designated parking lot and overflow area for this event. All parking is free.
ARE OTHER FORMS OF TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE?
Clackamas County On Tap and Uncorked is partnering with Radio Cab to provide safe and responsible transportation to and from the event. You can download the digital coupon or use the discount code 'clackontap' in the Radio Cab app on September 7th to receive $10 off your ride each way. Radio Cab will also have a concierge booth at the event to help with your transportation needs. Radio Cab has been a driver and veteran-owned taxi service since 1946.
ARE MINORS ALLOWED?
Minors 12 years of age and older - $5.00. Minors under 12 - FREE
Alcohol Monitors will be onsite.
HOW MUCH ARE TICKETS IF I DON'T DRINK OR AM A DESIGNATED DRIVER?
If you don't drink or are a designated driver, you can enter for $5 and get a designated driver wrist band.
A complimentary signature glass is NOT included.
CAN I BUY MORE THAN ONE GLASS?
Only one class per person is allowed while attending the event. The purchase of additional glasses will be made available upon exiting the event at $10 each.
ARE PETS ALLOWED?
Only service animals will be admitted to the event.
CONTACT US IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS
Don’t Drink and Drive
Clackamas County On Tap & Uncorked strongly encourages responsible drinking. To promote safety, a discounted entry fee will be provided to designated drivers. Ask for the discount at the event entrance; the souvenir mug will not be included for designated drivers.
Attendees can also take advantage of public transportation by riding the bus, or taking an Uber, Lyft or Radio Cab.
American Medical Response will be on site all day.