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Music, food and fun at Folsom Rhythm and Brews

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From page B4 | June 13, 2014 |

Nothing brings people together quite like a festival featuring great music, good food, family-friendly atmosphere and the best in craft beers. Carrera Productions is proud to present the second annual Folsom Rhythm & Brews on Saturday, June 14 from noon-6 p.m. at the beautiful Palladio center in Folsom.

This event will feature more than 40 craft breweries, a Kid Zone, two stages of entertainment, great food choices and more.

The event is free entry, with fee-based craft beer tasting. Tasting kits are $25 at the event. The kit includes a 16 ounce festival pint glass, over 21 identifying wristband and seven tasting tickets.

Additional tasting tickets will be available for purchase at the event and more information can be found on the event Website at folsomrhythmandbrews.com.

This year’s entertainment is, in reverse order of appearance, Tommy Castro & The Painkillers, Jim Lauderdale, Dennis Jones Band, Roy Rogers & The Delta Rhythm Kings, Val Starr & The Blues Rocket  and Danny Click & The Hell Yeahs.

Tommy Castro and the Painkillers will celebrate the release of their new Alligator Records album, “The Devil You Know.” Award-winning guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Castro is famed for his signature brand of tough, rocking rhythm and blues, thrilling fans around the world with his incendiary live performances. With his eyes and ears firmly on the future, Castro, along with The Painkillers — original Tommy Castro Band bassist Randy McDonald, David Tucker on drums and James Pace on keyboards — has stripped his music down to its raw essence as he rockets into the next phase of his storied career.

Brewers represented at the event will be: 21st Amendment Brewery, American River Brewing Company, Anchor Brewing Company, Auburn Alehouse, BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, Common Cider Company, Cool Beerwerks, Crabbie’s Ginger Beer, Crispin Cider, Drakes Brewing Company, Dust Bowl Brewing Company, Firestone Walker Brewing Company, Hangar 24 Craft Brewery, Hop City Brewery, Jackrabbit Brewing Company, Knee Deep Brewing Company, Lagunitas Brewing Company, Lockdown Brewing Company, Lost Coast Brewery, Mendocino Brewing Company, Mraz Brewing Company, New Glory Craft Brewery, Ninkasi Brewing Company, North Coast Brewing Company, Ol’ Republic Brewery, Out of Bounds Brewing Company, Petaluma Hills Brewing Company, Rubicon Brewing Company, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, Six Rivers Brewery, Speakeasy Ales & Lagers, Sudwerk Brewing Co., Tap It Brewing Company and Trumer Brauerei.

Palladio at Broadstone is the perfect backdrop for this stellar event. With its beautifully designed classic Italian style architecture and pedestrian walkways, plazas and courtyards — the atmosphere of Folsom Rhythm & Brews will be nothing short of phenomenal.

A portion of the event proceeds will benefit the Folsom Chamber of Commerce and its local service club(s) and Young Life.

No outside alcohol or food will be allowed into the event.

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