Suds and Snow Music Festival starts tomorrow
GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN, WGTU) --
One of Upper Michigan's largest beer and music festivals Suds and Snow may just have to be called Suds.
Mild Temperatures may cause of the snow events to be cancelled, but music and food and drink vendors will be in full operation.
Event organizers say this year may be more about the suds.
"Most of the people honestly most of the people come for the suds so the beer and the cider and the wine," says Mike Moran, Production Manager, "we have 26 amazing Michigan vendors back there. We've also got great food from roaming harvest overall I mean shorts, bells founders all the big hitters. New Holland and the local favorites like filling station earthern l hop locks,"
This is the 12th year for the event and this years theme is Lauau.
The event is held about a mile and a half into the woods at Timber Ridge Resort in Traverse City.
There will be a shuttle leaving every twenty minutes from the Old Town Parking deck starting at 11:30 AM.
The Event runs from 1 to 6 PM.