We are so ready to get back to some kind of normal. Here at the Jersey Shore, that means being outside during the summer enjoying the beach, restaurants, and festivals.

Well, raise your glasses high because the legendary Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival is set to return on June 4 and 5.

Like most events, the Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival was canceled last year due to COVID.

Traditionally, this was has been an indoor event, but for 2021 the fun is being moved outside to the massive Bader Field. This will allow organizers to fit the estimated 150 breweries and 100 exhibitors. Thirsty yet?

When it comes to music, we'll have to wait in suspense a little bit longer. The lineup is being finalized and is set to be announced on March 22.

Festival producer Jon Henderson of Good Time Tricycle Productions told NJ.com:

I am completely confident in my team, in the brewery teams, in the teams that we work with should be able to produce this festival comfortably for everybody.

Safety is still going to be at the forefront. Vendors will be spread 10 to 15 feet apart and disposable cups will be used. Henderson said, "masks will probably still be a thing."

If you bought passes for the 2020 festival, they will be honored for the event this June 4 & 5. Once again, the fest will have three 4 hour sessions on Friday night and two sessions on Saturday afternoon. Tickets go on sale at Ticketmaster.com on January 15 for 60 bucks plus fees. After May 1, the price goes up to $65. Cheers!


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