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December 2 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Don’t miss WinterFest Columbus, the free festival to celebrate the beginning of the winter season in downtown Columbus! This event will be held on Saturday, Dec. 2, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at Dorrian Green, located at 50 S. Belle St., Columbus.
WinterFest Columbus attendees will enjoy live performances by RJD2, popular Columbus-based and internationally recognized DJ and producer, along with Honey and Blue, George Barrie Band and DJ AXCESS spinning throughout the day.
A new feature for this year’s WinterFest Columbus is a sampling experience featuring five local breweries, while supplies last. Attendees can enjoy samples and learn about seasonal beers, including:
- Deck the Hills, an English style holiday ale by Jackie O’s
- Frosty Cones, a seasonal cold IPA from Columbus Brewing Company
- Home for the Holidays, a spiced holiday ale from Wolf’s Ridge Brewing
- Rime, a holiday IPA from Seventh Son Brewing Company
- Stick, an amber ale from North High Brewing
Individuals purchasing a sampling will receive a complimentary WinterFest Columbus koozie.
Individuals age 21 and older will be able to purchase seasonal craft beers, as well as warm seasonal craft cocktails. The cocktails will include a bourbon spiced chai cider made with Middle West Spirits bourbon and Simple Times Mixers, as well as a bourbon cream hot chocolate featuring Middle West Spirits bourbon cream and Winans Coffee and Chocolate’s hot chocolate.
Some of Columbus’ favorite local food trucks will be at WinterFest Columbus, including Eiffel Street Food, Fork in Nigeria, Ninja Bowl, Paddy Wagon, Pitabilities, Pizza Cottage, Queen’s Table, Schmidt’s Sausage Truck, The Galaxy Coffee and Tortilla Street Food.
This family-friendly event will also feature free activities for all ages, such as a mechanical reindeer, a giant snowglobe photo opportunity, cornhole and the playground at Dorrian Green.
WinterFest Columbus is committed to making a difference in our community, and beverage tips and 10 percent of food trucks sales will be donated to the Mid-Ohio Food Collective.