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What To Know Before You Go: What’s Up? Whiskey & Spirits

Oct 19, 2017 04:00PM ● By Nicole Gould
Calling all spirits enthusiasts to What’s Up? Media’s first ever Whiskey and Spirits event at the Annapolis Maritime Museum. Attendees will enjoy a night of entertainment, delectable fare provided by local restaurants, vendors, all while sipping premium whiskey, scotch, malts, bourbon, rum, vodka, gin, and so much more from quality merchants!


The Basics



Date: Thursday, October 26th

Time: 6–9 p.m.

Location:  Annapolis Maritime Museum, located at 723 2nd St. in Annapolis

Website:  https://whatsuptix.com/events/what-s-up-spirit-festival 



The Details



What can guests expect? 
Transport back to pre-prohibition when over 50 specially crafted liquors join a speakeasy band for What’s Up? Media’s first annual Spirits Festival. Enjoy live music by Bay Jazz Project, great food, cigar samples, and taste premium whiskey, scotch, malts, bourbon, rum, vodka, gin, and more!


Food and drinks? 
Delicious food and drinks will be provided by several local restaurants and quality merchants including Carpaccio, Broadneck Grill and Cantina, the Fresh Market, All in the Mix Bakeshop, Dogfish Head Distilling Co, Slane Irish Whiskey, Roca Patron, and many more.


What about parking? 
The museum has very limited parking. Parking is available on the street and at Horn Point Marina or Weeks & Plath. If you don’t feel like driving, the Annapolis Water Taxi is available from the city dock until 11 p.m., or you can Uber to the event.


Are tickets still available? 
Yes! Tickets are $100 and can be purchased here. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Maryland Theatre for the Performing Arts.


The dress code?
The dress code is anywhere from business casual to Annapolitan attire; jeans with a nice top with boat shoes, jackets, oxford shirts and slacks, and dresses or jeans with a nice top for women.


Where do the proceeds go? 
A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit the Maryland Theatre for the Performing Arts.