50 Golden Tickets To Elite Bourbon Fantasy Camp Sold Out in 6 Hours
For Immediate Release – February 11, 2015
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Golden, golden, gone.
The 50 prestigious Golden Tickets to June’s Kentucky Bourbon Affair™ fantasy camp sold out in less than six hours after going on sale this morning, said Eric Gregory, President of the Kentucky Distillers’ Association that coordinates the signature showcase.
“Now we know how Bruce Springsteen and Beyonce feel,” Gregory said.
Only 16 of the ticket holders came from the Bluegrass. Two are from Canada. The rest are from California, Florida, New York, Illinois, Arizona, Ohio, Wisconsin, Alabama, Colorado, Indiana, South Carolina, Maryland and Minnesota.
Tickets to individual events will go on sale at 9 a.m. EST on Thursday.
The website for more information and to purchase tickets is www.kybourbonaffair.com.
The Kentucky Bourbon Affair™ is an intimate five-day fantasy camp featuring exclusive behind-the-scenes tours, private barrel selections and specialty events at the world’s most iconic distilleries, capped by evening events to highlight Louisville’s Bourbon culture and cuisine.
This year’s Affair will be held from June 3 to June 7 and will showcase nine distilleries: Bulleit, Four Roses, Heaven Hill, Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Michter’s, Town Branch, Wild Turkey and Woodford Reserve.
The $1,500 Golden Ticket guaranteed recipients their first choice of three distillery tours plus opening and closing events; two nightcap tickets; the Sunday Polo waterfront brunch; a swag-filled toolkit; customized itinerary; and personalized service from a Bourbon Affair concierge.
Tickets to individual events range between $50 and $250. Many include souvenir bottles, Bourbon-inspired lunches and commemorative gifts. Transportation is also included in all ticket prices. “You can leave the driving to us,” Gregory said.
One session is already sold out – the Michter’s “Rare Tasting and Tour” on Saturday, Gregory said. “If today is any indication, Bourbon lovers better grab individual tickets while they can,” he said. “We’re very impressed and thankful for everyone’s support.”
For more information, contact Eric Gregory at (502) 875-9351