The 12 Bars of Christmas pub crawl jingles through downtown Orlando Friday evening

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Prepare to get holly and jolly this holiday season with tomorrow's Orlando Pub Crawl event.

The 12 Bars of Christmas Pub Crawl starts Friday, Dec. 7 at 8 p.m. The event, which includes four complimentary drinks like Tito's vodka cocktails, Jager shots and Coors Lights, begins at Hooch on Wall Street Plaza, then proceeds with the following schedule:
8PM – Frosty’s/Casey’s/Swigg’s/Bar B
9:15PM – The Patio/Aero/Olde 64
10:30PM – Chillers/Latitudes/Cahoots/Irish Shannon’s
11:45 PM– Wall St Plaza 
Though the event registration is free, guests must bring an unwrapped toy (or toys) valued at least $20 or $20 cash to be admitted. Holiday dress is highly encouraged, so bust out that ugly sweater or Santa suit.



Toys and donations will be going to HOPE, a charity that aims to reduce homelessness by focusing on Housing, Outreach, Prevention and Education.

Attendees must register ahead of time. For more information on the event, click here.

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