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Ogden Spring Beer Fest Postponed

Events postponed due to health concerns regarding COVID-19



“After much discussion and thought, we have decided to postpone Spring Beer Fest. As the Ogden Downtown Alliance, our concern at this time is the health and well-being of our community members and event attendees. We love Spring Beer Fest deeply and understand the benefits it brings to Downtown Ogden, which is why we’ve decided to postpone this event to a later date. We want to thank our wonderful event coordinators, partners and sponsors for the time and energy they have poured into crafting Spring Beer Fest, and for their support in postponing this event.

At this time, a new date and time for Spring Beer Fest 2020 has not been confirmed. That information will be public facing as soon as it is available. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding as we move forward in this planning process and will do our best to address any questions and concerns you may have.

For existing ticket holders, your tickets will still be honored at the rescheduled Spring Beer Fest. Existing ticket holders will be receiving more information on this process via the email address used to purchase tickets.

We are staying informed on the evolving situation surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) and will continue to evaluate our community programming moving forward as needed. Thank you again for your cooperation and understanding as we do our part to keep our community safe and healthy.”

Also Cancelled

The St. Patrick’s Day parade in Salt Lake City and the Siamsa celebration following it on March 14 have been canceled. from the Hibernian Society Facebook page: “In light of the increased risk of the Coronavirus & in keeping Utah residents safe, it is will a heavy heart that we have decided to cancel Saturday’s parade. Our highest hope is that we will be able to reschedule both the parade & Siamsa for a later date.

Thank you for your continued support & understanding. Any questions or concerns may be directed here.”

The Trivia Night at Fisher Brewing, scheduled for Sunday March 15th, has also been cancelled. This event was in support of The Utah Investigative Journalism Project. We’ll post updates if this event is rescheduled.




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