Join the Mug Club for Fridays at the Fountain, Crystal City’s popular outdoor beer garden!
Open every Friday starting in May, Fridays at the Fountain not only features a fantastic selection of beer and wine from Crystal City Wine Shop, and live music from local bands and musicians, but also a rotating lineup of local restaurants and food vendors brought to Crystal City by The Stand.
Attendees will have the option of joining the Fridays at the Fountain “Mug Club” featuring a 16-ounce, branded beer stein, while supplies last. Mugs cost $20 and come with the first drink ticket (a $5 value).
Mug Club members will get discounts on draft beers for the entire Fridays at the Fountain event series (May-October).
Buy your mug today for 1/2 price and enjoy 16oz pours for the price of a 12oz beer all summer long!
WHEN: Every Friday May through October — 5-9 p.m.
WHERE: The Fountain (aka Crystal City Water Park) — 1601 Crystal Drive, Arlington
WHAT: Fridays at the Fountain is Crystal City’s seasonal pop-up beer garden set within the Crystal City Water Park and featuring beverage selections from the Crystal City Wine Shop and live music from local bands and musicians.
This year, the focus on local flavor is being enhanced by a partnership with The Stand which, in addition to providing the beverage service, will be featuring a rotating lineup of local restaurants and food vendors. Also new this year, attendees have the option of joining the Fridays at the Fountain “Mug Club” featuring a 16-ounce, branded mason jar mug, while supplies last.
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