Santa Con—Hit the Pub with a Kris Kringle Crawl

. November 30, 2018.
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Don your Santa apparel for downtown pub crawl Santa Con, where you can roam the streets with other partying Kris Kringles. Enjoy $3-$5 drink specials, VIP after parties at The Circ Bar and LIVE nightclub, Christmas karaoke, and a photo booth. You’ll also receive some sweet holiday swag and a Santa hat while supplies last. Other participating bars include Blue Tractor, Beer Grotto, Alley Bar, and The Pretzel Bell. You can dress as Santa or any other holiday character your heart desires.

$15 pre-ordered. $20 at door.

1pm-8pm | Saturday, December 8

Register and pick up lanyard at The Circ Bar (201 S 1st St, 2nd floor) or The Pretzel Bell (226 S Main St). Registration also available at MiLifeA2.com. Must be 21 or older.

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