As the festival season approaches, Southwest Floridians can look forward to Top Rocker Events’ brand-new Morgan & Morgan Signature Series. Top Rocker Field at Six Bends will play host to the SWFL Hunger Games on Oct. 7, Salute to the Brave: HERO PROJECT on Nov. 11 and the Biggest Baddest Beer Bash on Dec. 2. Proceeds from each event will benefit a deserving local nonprofit organization.
Top Rocker Events brand strategy manager Cia Sherman said, “We are excited to announce our inaugural Morgan & Morgan Signature Series, which will provide fun-filled entertainment for our community while generously supporting our local charities. We look forward to bringing families, foodies and festival lovers out to Top Rocker Field to savor our gorgeous Southwest Florida lifestyle.”
In an effort to crush childhood hunger, Top Rocker Events will present SWFL Hunger Games on Saturday, Oct. 7. More than 30 gourmet food trucks, local restaurants and popular chefs will gather in Top Rocker Field to showcase their favorite dishes and compete for five awards. The event will offer beer stations, live entertainment and more. General admission is $10 in advance at eventbrite and $15 at the gate.
VIP tickets are available for $100 and will provide 30-minute early admission, preferred seating and the ultimate concierge experience by FGCU Resort & Hospitality Management. Proceeds from each VIP ticket sold will benefit Blessings in a Backpack and provide a child in need with six meals every weekend during the school year.
To celebrate Veteran’s Day on Nov. 11, Top Rocker Field will be transformed to host Salute to the Brave: HERO PROJECT, benefitting AVOW. Festivalgoers are encouraged to sport their red, white and blue to experience the awe-inspiring Battle of the Brigades. Attendees can count on plenty of fun with live music, a sampling of food truck favorites and a variety of veteran vendors. One highlight is the Hero Project Giveaway, where Savage 4×4 will award two individuals with Jeeps and one person with a truck. Salute to the Brave is free to the public.
On Saturday, Dec. 2, craft beer fanatics will flip when they sip and savor the fun of the first-ever Biggest Baddest Beer Bash to benefit United Way. More than 30 breweries will showcase an assortment of ambers, IPAs, stouts and more, making for a delectable tasting event for the craft beer connoisseur or microbrew newbie. Attendees can enjoy a fine selection of food trucks to keep their bellies full. Advance tickets are $45 with day-of tickets at $50 and VIP tickets are $60.