Event Information

Sample Event


Join us on sample date

FestivAle

Friday, October 11th from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM
Artifact Events  South Entrance
4325 N. Ravenswood Ave
Chicago, IL 60613

For more information, please contact:
Tyler Reinert
treinert@cff.org

312-619-3936

In an effort to provide a safe environment for staff and guests, we ask that you make all payments/contributions at CF Foundation events with a credit card or check. We accept all major credit cards. Thank you for your understanding.

How do I receive my ticket?
Paper tickets will not be issued for this event. All guests will have their name(s) added to the guest list and they will be able to check-in at the registration table upon arrival at the event. 

What types of food and beverage will be available?
There will be tasting bites available to all attendees throughout the evening. On top of the beer samples, we will also be providing wine, water, and soda. 

What is included in a VIP ticket?
VIP guests will have access to all general samples as well as select VIP only samples that will not be available to general guests. The select VIP pours will be available in limited quantities and indicated on the tasting map. VIP guests will also have access to the VIP lounge and receive a gift bag. 

What should I wear?
Because FestivAle takes place after work on Friday, many attendees will be in their Friday business casual dress. 

How should I get there?
Public Transportation is strongly encouraged. Artifact Events is located less than a block from the Montrose Brown Line Stop! We will be utilizing the South Entrance of Artifact Events, located off Ravenswood Ave. Look for the CFF sign out front! 
  
Is there parking available?
While Public Transportation is encouraged, guests may self-park on Ravenswood Ave., Montrose Ave., and the surrounding streets. While most parking on Ravenswood and the surrounding residential streets is free, please be sure to check all signage when parking.

Is this a dog friendly event?
No. It is a primarily indoors event so health codes keep our 4 legged friends away.