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A festival devoted to hard seltzer is crisscrossing the US this summer

We'll crack a can to Seltzerland

Morgan Olsen
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Morgan Olsen

If your Hot Vax Summer is fueled by hard seltzer, there's a festival that'll take your obsession to the next level. Aptly named Seltzerland is making its way across the US this summer, bringing dozens of boozy, bubbly beverages with it. Festival attendees are invited to sip their way through samples, nosh on bites from local food trucks and take advantage of 'Gram-worthy photo ops.

The specialized festival, which was canned in 2020, has five stops left this summer. Here's a peek at the upcoming dates and destinations so you can plan your summer road tripping accordingly:

Washington, D.C.: Saturday, July 17 at Rock Creek Golf Club

Boston: Saturday, July 24 at Rockland Golf Course

NYC: Saturday, August 7 at Brooklyn EXPO

Columbus: Saturday, August 14 at Little Bear Golf Course

Denver: Saturday, September 11 at Overland Golf Course

So, what's on tap? Seltzerland festgoers will be able to sip beverages from White Claw, Vizzy, Playamar, Coors Seltzer, Bravazzi and many, many more. General admission tickets (starting at $29) score you 30-plus samples and seltzer swag, while VIP passes (starting at $49) toss in a full can of hard seltzer, a specialty cocktail, complimentary lunch and a bit more time to roam the grounds.

And just because this is a boozy festival doesn't mean that Seltzerland isn't lax on COVID-19 safety measures. Guests will have scheduled check-in times to avoid crowds, there's a one-way sampling trail to keep things moving and vendor booths are spaced at least 50 feet apart to promote social distancing. Organizers are also encouraging attendees to wear masks and screen themselves for symptoms before heading out the door.

Ready to get your bubbly on? Your hard seltzer wonderland awaits.

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