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Cheers to Orange County SC as Club Hosts First Annual Soccer and Brews Beerfest

By Orange County SC Communications, 07/06/18, 10:00AM PDT

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On August 4th, twenty craft breweries will provide fans the opportunity to taste over forty beers as Orange County SC plays host to Swope Park Rangers.

IRVINE, Calif. (June 27, 2018) – When it comes to providing Orange County soccer aficionados with world-class soccer and families with a great value soccer experience, Orange County SC corners the market.  Now Orange County’s only professional soccer team is giving beeroissuers one more reason to cheer for their local team. 

On August 4th, Orange County SC will host its first annual Soccer and Brews Beerfest presented by Brew Ha Ha Productions.  Tickets are on-sale now, must be at least 21 years of age to purchase and show valid ID with proof of age to enter.  Fans have the option to purchase VIP passes for $45 or General Admission passes which range from $25 - $35 based on date of purchase.  Fans purchasing VIP passes will receive early access to the stadium starting at 4:00 PM, a branded tasting cup, lanyard, exclusive access to distinct breweries and beer and game viewing from the exclusive party deck.  Gates open at 5:00 PM for general admission passes.  A local DJ will provide live music during pregame festivities.  Fans are invited to raise a glass with Orange County SC Team President James Keston as he gives a pregame toast.

Fans are encouraged to wear purple to the match as Orange County SC is teaming up with the Alzheimer’s Association of Orange County to support the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.  Fans will have the opportunity to win an official autographed Orange County SC jersey.  In honor of those who have been impacted by Alzheimer’s, players will be wearing purple shoe laces throughout the match.

For a list of breweries scheduled to participate, ticket pricing and more information about the Alzheimer’s Association of Orange County, please visit 
www.orangecountysoccer.com/beerfest for details or call (949) 647-GOAL.

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