Full lineup released for local music and beer celebration Ten10 Fest

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Wolf Face - PHOTO BY JIM LEATHERMAN FOR ORLANDO WEEKLY
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Local music and craft beer extravaganza Ten10 Fest has revealed the full lineup of artists performing and it's a stacked lineup. The fest is a collaboration between Shows I Go To and Ten10 Brewing.

The lineup is: Fat Night, Bask, Shak Nasti, American Party Machine, Wet Nurse, Wolf-Face, Sonic Graffiti, Gary Lazer Eyes, Hungover, and the States.
Hosting duties provided by DJ DizzlePhunk.



As we mentioned before, there will be five special "artist ales" brewed on the day of the fest that are themed around bands performing. That list has has been revealed as well: Fat Night's "Sun Go Down Pale Ale," Bask's "Carry Me Home IPA," American Party Machine's "Red-y To Rumble Red Ale," Wolf-Face's "#42 Golden Ale," and Wet Nurse's "So Wit Goes Wit Bier."

Ten10 Fest will take place at Ten10 Brewing Saturday, Oct. 7, at 1 p.m. featuring Wet Nurse and nine bands TBA. Tickets start at $10.



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