Last month, Mary J. Blige held a private concert at New York’s Liberty Island for select fans who won tickets, as part of the Budweiser’s Made In America Monument Series. But why should us East Coasters have all the fun, right? Today, Budweiser announced that its Made In America Monument Series will expand to the West Coast with a private concert at Crissy Field in San Francisco on August 15th.
As part of Budweiser’s continued support and commitment to the environment through its recent partnership with the National Park Foundation, the Monument Series encourages a new generation of beer drinkers to see national parks in a new light through bold and surprising moments at America’s greatest treasures.
Electronic Dance Music group Cash Cash will be headlining the event, along with Bay Area hip-hop legend E-40 and indie rocker Day Wave. This marks the second set of performances at iconic American locations across the country, leading up to the Budweiser Made In America festival to be held in Philadelphia over Labor Day weekend.
In addition to live music, Budweiser will provide access to all of the ingredients for a fun-filled day in the park, including interactive games, food, and of course, America’s No. 1 full-flavored lager. Attendees will also have access to Budweiser’s traveling Beechwood House, which includes an intimate serving area on the ground level and a second floor providing an elevated view of the event and breathtaking landscape.
“We’re thrilled to bring the Monument Series to the people of San Francisco as part of our summer-long Budweiser Made In America music program,” said Brian Perkins, vice president, Budweiser. “We want to give fans a chance to experience live music and enjoy America’s most iconic beer with the backdrop of one of the country’s most recognizable landmarks: the Golden Gate Bridge.”
Register now at http://www.budweiser.com/made-in-america-tour/goldengate for your chance to score tickets!