When is this shindig?
The 4th Annual Northwest Tequila Fest will be April 22nd & 23rd of 2016!
Is the event outside?
While the first 3 years of NWTF were outside, 2016 will be in an indoor/outdoor space, the Fremont Foundry.
How much does it cost?
When should I show up?
If you have General Admission (Blanco) tickets, you will come at either 6pm on Friday or 4 pm on Saturday. If you are a Reposado or Añejo level ticket holder, you will be able to come an hour earlier, at 5pm (Friday) or 3pm (Saturday).
Where can I park?
We found this hand little app that can tell you that! Check it out: Parkopedia.com
What if I don’t drink?
Designated Driver tickets will be available at the front door the day of the festival for $10.
Will there be food included in my ticket purchase?
Yes! Stay tuned to find out who will providing food for the 2016 event.
I found a mezcal I LOVE! Can I buy it here?
Yes! Be sure to check out our retail area, where you can purchase any of the tequila or mezcal represented at the Fest tax free.
Can I buy tickets now?
Yes! Tickets are available at StrangerTickets.com
Is there anything besides tequila to drink?
Yes! In addition to over 130 tequila and mezcals, we also will have beer, cocktails, traditional mexican beverages and water available.
Can I bring the whole family?
Unfortunately, we aren’t able to accommodate guests under 21. Please don’t make us card them.
What is the difference in glassware?
When you buy your ticket, we will give you something to drink out of. Cool, eh? Our Blanco (General Admission) ticket will get you a commemorative cup to enjoy your tequila and mezcal in. If you upgrade to one our VIP packages, you will get a Glencairn Glass, which is excellent choice for tasting spirits.
I heard this event is for charity, is that true?
It is! Northwest Tequila Fest is a benefit for the Benevolent Guild of Seattle, who’s mission is committed exclusively to assisting children, charities, and support groups in the Puget Sound area. Visit: seattlebenevolentguild.org