Jan 28, 2020

CFCR 90.5 FM - Saskatoon Community Radio presents the FeBREWary Friday Social. A well-rounded night spotlighting SK craft brewers, pizza, and music!

Crack out your calendars and book off Friday, February 28th from 8pm - 12am at the PAVEDArts/AKA Event Space (424 20th St. W), and enjoy tasty Saskatchewan Craft-Brewed Beer. Quench your thirst with some of the best brews around.

We will have offerings from Nokomis Craft Ales, Rebellion Brewing Company, 9 Mile Legacy Brewing Company and Shelter Brewing Company for your sipping satisfaction. And don't worry, we'll have water on-site so you can make sure you keep the night reasonable. Pop will also be available for purchase at the bar.

Don't miss an opportunity to heat things up with a slice of Kooko's Pizza - live AND in person. It'll be a hot date, indeed.

And as if that wasn't enough, DJ's Cpt. Pickard, Mandy Warhol and Chaps will all be offering musical gems left and right. We've also got mind-bending visuals courtesy of PG-13 (Peter Grier). A lineup fit for Madison Square Garden!

Tickets are available at the door for only $10, which includes 1 beer/food ticket. Additional beer/food tickets will be offered for 3 for $10, or $5 each.

We highly encourage people to bring their own cups to this event. We will also have cups on-hand, as well as markers so you can tag your cup and reuse it all night long.

Door prizes courtesy of Optimist Hill and more. Spread the word and hope to see you and all of your friends out!

This a licensed 19+ event. FeBREWary 2020 attendees will qualify for a discount off a safe ride home provided by Riide for departures from the event. Visit and download the app today!


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