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Foam at the Dome returns to Charleston in October


Foam at the Dome, Charleston’s largest craft beer festival, returns to the city Oct. 9, this time to the intersection of Washington Street East and Elizabeth Street on the city’s East End.
Typically held in May, Foam at the Dome was canceled in 2020 due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19. This year’s event will feature over 200 different beers and ciders, as well as access to food vendors, local music and the Hops & Heat Chili Cookoff.
The festival is being held in coordination with the Charleston East End Yard Sale, which is set to take place the same day.
Tickets for Foam at the Dome are on sale now. General admission tickets start at $40, which includes entry into the festival, which begins at 3 p.m., and four-ounce beer samples. There is also a $50 early access ticket, which grants entry to the festival at 2 p.m. and includes access to some specialty beers with limited availability.
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