Spirits and Cocktail Celebration to Benefit Southwest Human Development; Tickets on Sale February 1st
Get a great night's sleep and a designated driver on standby, because the Chandler Craft Spritis Festival is readying for its fourth annual installment. Don't miss out on the chance to try over 150 savory and sweet cocktails and spirits from local and boutique distilleries.
The sweet and savory celebration of the state and region’s thriving cocktail scene will have spirits running high from 5 pm – 9 pm Saturday, April 29, 2017 at Downtown Ocotillo, Chandler’s hot spot for night life located at 2475 W. Queen Creek Road(Queen Creek and Alma School). The event will benefit Southwest Human Development, a local nonprofit organization that serves more than 135,000 children and families every year.
More than 50 local, regional and national craft distillers are expected to set up shop at this year’s event, giving Arizonans a taste of classic and contemporary craft cocktails made with rare ingredients and unconventional distilling methods. The festival kicked off in 2012 and fast became one of the city’s marquee events, drawing more than 3000 attendees over the years who came to sample spirits, enjoy DJ-spun songs and take part in special cocktail seminars and demonstrations.
Bites from top local restaurants and an array of opportunities to mix, mingle and network with distributors from Arizona and the nation’s craft distilleries round out the experience, so be there when the craft spirits community comes together in support of the common good by purchasing tickets.
For more, visit ChandlerCraftSpiritsFestival.com or stay connected socially via Facebook. The 4th Annual Chandler Craft Spirits Festival will be from 5 pm – 9 pm 4pm VIP on Saturday, April 29, 2016. Downtown Ocotillo 2475 W. Queen Creek Road, Chandler, AZ. Downtown Ocotillo is home to
The Living Room, Rock Lobster, CHoP and Sauce among others. Tickets go on sale February 1. VIP and General Admission tickets will be available.
About Southwest Human Development
Southwest Human Development is Arizona’s largest nonprofit dedicated to early childhood development. Recognizing a child’s earliest experiences and relationships establish the foundation for all future development, Southwest Human Development’s more than 40 comprehensive programs focus on young children—ages birth to 5—and their families in the areas of child development and mental health,Easterseals disabilities services, early literacy and Head Start, child welfare and professional development and training. Founded in 1981, Southwest Human Development serves 135,000 children and families each year. Learn more at www.swhd.org.