Nashville Whiskey Society‘s inaugural Repeal Day Bash happens this weekend. They’re celebrating the end of Prohibition and it’s for a great cause.
Nashville Whiskey Society’s Repeal Day Bash starts at 7 PM on Saturday and partygoers will enjoy three hours of celebration. The soiree is at M Street’s exclusive Citizen and they encourage 1930s attire. It wouldn’t be a Nashville Whiskey Society event without whiskey and this party features an open bar full of American Born. They’ll also have endless appetizers. The evening benefits Folds of Honor.
“We are thrilled to kick off our partnership with Folds of Honor Tennessee at our inaugural Repeal Day Bash,” Matthew Clements, one of the society’s founders, explains. “Folds of Honor is a not-for-profit providing scholarships to the children and families of America’s fallen and disabled service members. We are humbled by the opportunity to support this incredible organization that is working to honor the sacrifice made by these men and women while helping educate their legacy.”
There will be a silent auction during the Repeal Day Bash, with proceeds benefitting Folds of Honor. A portion of ticket sales will also go towards the organization.
Tickets to the party are on sale now and there’s a huge discount if you buy them in pairs. General Admission tickets are $100 and two-person GA tickets are $175. Grab them now, and RSVP, on Facebook.
Can’t make the event? Check out Nashville Whiskey Society’s official website and consider getting the whiskey lover in your life a membership to the organization.