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Beer Festival begins in Pilsen

Beer Festival begins in Pilsen
Beer Festival begins in Pilsen

Do you like beer? Imagine ice-cold beer in a misted glass with a fragrant cap of foam and bubbles sparkling on the tongue with tart hops. So, you should definitely visit the Pilsner Fest beer festival entirely dedicated to the intoxicating drink, good Czech cuisine and entertainment, which will be organized in the Czech city of Plzen.
Last year's Pilsner Fest became one of the most successful in its history. In 2011 the festival attracted more than 42,000 people, who drank more than 650 hectoliters of beer.
This year the festival will be held from July 31 to August 1 and promises to be one of the most exciting beer events of the summer.
Guests of the Pilsner Fest 2012 can expect a great atmosphere, endless source of intoxicating beverages, among which traditionally the most popular sorts are non-filtered Pilsner Urquell and Gambrinus, music, contests and, of course, delicious Czech cuisine.
Musical program of the festival will be the following:


Friday, July 31, Horní stage.
18-00 J.A.R.
20-00 Koller Band
22-30 Vypsaná Fixa
00-30 Walda Gang


Friday, July 31, Dolní stage.
17-30 Rybičky 48
20-15 G-point Hunters
22-00 Jesus - Kamil Střihavka & band
00-00 Charlie Straight


Saturday, August 1, Horní stage.
13-00 Gipsy.cz
15-00 Mňága a Žďorp - 25 let
17-00 100 zvířat
19-00 Prago Union
21-30 Tatabojs
23-10 UDG


Saturday, August 1, Dolní stage.
12-30 Grande Tete
14-30 Jiří Schmitzer
16-30 Žentour
18-30 of 100 °
21-00 Le pneumatiq
00-00 Goodfellas

Entrance to the Pilsner Fest is free.

Date: 19/07/2012

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