We’ve heard you loud and clear! We are again moving Ales for Trails to the Radisson on Friday, Sept 22nd. Though Montanans are from hardy stock, we received a slew of calls letting us know that 38 degrees standing in the rain/snow was not a great idea. We’re planning a dry event with Silent Disco, warm food from some of the best food trucks in Billings, live music with equipment unthreatened by water, beer pong … and, oh yeah, nearly 60 of your favorite microbrews to taste. Come join us!!
Advance ticket sales is closed. Please go to The Spoke Shop, The Bike Shop, The Base Camp, Yellowstone Fitness and Anytime Fitness in the Heights until closing Sept. 21, 2017.
Ales for Trails will be at the Montana Convention Center at the Radisson off Mullowney Lane in Billings!
Join us Friday, Sept. 22, 2017
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Tickets are also be available at any of the following locations:
Anytime Fitness – Heights
The Spoke Shop – 1910 Broadwater Ave
The Base Camp – 1730 Grand Ave (get a free copy of Outside Magazine when you buy tickets*)
The Bike Shop – 1934 Grand Ave
Yellowstone Fitness – 1595 Grand Ave
Since it began in the year 2000, ticket sales and sponsorships have raised nearly $400,000 for the Billings trail system, which has enabled Billings TrailNet to contribute more than $350,000 for trail projects and amenities.
At the event our guests will be able to enjoy:
More than 50 different local and regional microbrews
A selection of fine wine
Silent Disco (courtesy of Uberbrew)
Giant Beer Pong
Amazing Raffle Prizes
…and a festive atmosphere– all while raising money for the Billings multiuse trail system.
Delicious food provided for additional cost by six of our food vendors: Big Guy Barbecue, Khantaly’s Eggrolls, The Greek Station, and more!
You can sponsor Ales for Trails easily and securely by using our sponsor form here!
Ales for Trails will be Friday, September 22, 5 p.m. – 10 p.m., at Dehler Park in downtown Billings!
We do not have a discounted ticket for non-alcohol drinkers. It is against the law and makes us ineligible for event insurance, which we are required to have.
As a fundraising event and in order to get a temporary liquor insurance and insurance, we are not able to sell the alcohol people drink at Ales for Trails. If we have one price for people who are drinking and a different price for people who are not drinking, the state and insurance company consider that “selling alcohol.” Therefore, the State and the insurance companies require all event goers to purchase tickets for the same amount as everyone else, or it is considered selling alcohol.
Ales for Trails is our major fundraiser and we truly appreciate the contributions everyone makes, whether they are drinking beer or not, coming to the event and supporting the trail system.
For more information call 406-281-1244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.