We are happy to welcome YOU to the Best Party in Billings!
Online ticket sales for 2019 Ales for Trails has closed, but you can get your tickets at the gate at ZooMontana on Friday, Sept. 5 when the gates open for the celebration, or in advance at the following ticket outlets:
Tickets will be $40 on Friday, September 6, 2019.
We’re glad you’ll be joining us at Zoo Montana Friday, September 6, 2019 to celebrate the trails and taste up to 50 different microbrews, all while we raise money to build multiuse trails and bikeways!
Please be aware that no one under 21 is allowed through the gates
during the Ales for Trails event.
Since it began in the year 2000, ticket sales and sponsorships have raised more than $800,000 for the Billings trail system, which has enabled Billings TrailNet to contribute more than $530,000 for trail projects and amenities.
At the event our guests will be able to enjoy:
More than 40 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 great food trucks on site at Ales for Trails!
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.