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September 27, 2013 11:04 AM

Uptown Beer and Wine Festival is Sept. 28

The fourth annual Uptown Beer and Wine Festival will feature over 100 craft brews and wine, food (to complement the beer and wine), and live music. SEC football plays all day. It's Sept. 28 at The Tap and Rankin Courtyard, between Broadway and First Avenue, from 1-5 p.m. Tickets are available at The Springer Opera House Box Office, 103 10th St., or online at springeroperahouse.org; $30 until Sept. 27 and $35 day-of. Designated driver tickets available at the event for $10. Contact 706-596-0111.

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