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Win VIP tickets to RumFest

Saturday, June 22nd at Wall St Plaza


Looking for a way to unwind, have a good time, and enjoy some rum? 

Then get ready for Wall Street Plaza's 9th annual RumFest! Orlando Weekly is giving you the chance to win a pair of tickets!
All you have to do is find the craziest drinking picture in our online gallery! 
But wait, that's not all! Are you looking to get the ultimate VIP experience? Then get wild, and creative, and send us YOUR craziest drinking picture, as well as one located in our gallery online! Give us some background knowledge on your picture. Don't hold anything back! We want all of the juicy details!
RumFest will take place at Wall Street Plaza on Saturday, June 22nd.
What's up for grabs:
Regular Tickets:
It includes 3 hours of unlimited sampling of over 20+ different Rum cocktails, live music, and a Block Party! 
VIP Tickets:
Includes 3 hours of unlimited sampling of over 20+ different Rum cocktails, live music, and a Block Party! PLUS you get exclusive access to the Monkey Bar where you can hide out in the AC or over look the crowd from the balcony while enjoying unlimited Red Stripe bottles, Caribbean inspired snacks, and special Rum samples!
Send us links to your photo picks, or upload your own and email them over to contests@orlandoweekly.comMake sure you title the subject line "RumFest Contest!"
Happy Drinking!


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