If you love great food, drink, art, and helping a tremendous cause, make sure that you mark September 10th down on your Calendar.

The Warrior Taste Fest, which celebrates Montana's finest food, drink, and art is taking place at Haynes Pavilion at the Gallatin Country Fairgrounds in Bozeman. Doors open for VIPs at 5 pm and General Admission will run from 6 pm to 10 pm.

The Warrior Taste Fest is a fantastic event that benefits the Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation, which helps post 9/11 combat veterans and their families dealing with PTSD through fly fishing at no cost to them.

The event will feature food and drink from several of Montana's finest restaurants, breweries, and distilleries.  Plus, there will be an auction with some amazing experiences.

If you would like a sneak peak at the many auctions items, click here.

Tickets are limited, so you'll want to get yours while they are available.

VIP tickets are available and include:

  • specialty menu tastings
  • signature cocktails
  • VIP Brewery pours
  • artist meet and greet
  • designated parking
  • discounted Uber rides at event close
  • live music

General Admission tickets are 50 dollars and include:

  • food, beer, and cocktail tasting from 15 restaurants, 10 breweries, and 5 distilleries around Montana
  • silent and live auctions, including work from renowned western artists that will be present at the event.
WQWF via Facebook

If you would like more information about the event or how you can help the Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundations, check out their website warriorsandquietwaters.org.

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