Outdoor Festival Tents: Georgia Beer Festival

As spring turns to summer, outdoor festivals begin to pop up all around the country. And what’s more exciting than an all-day celebration with fresh food and entertainment? An outdoor festival with beer, of course! That’s why the Georgia Beer Festival is an event that beer lovers from all over the state eagerly anticipate. But with so many people in attendance, it takes a lot of planning to make sure everything runs smoothly. One of the most critical components of the event is the use of outdoor festival tents.

Ticketed Entrances

The first thing you’ll notice when you arrive at the Georgia Beer Festival is the ticketed entrance. Complete with steel barricades, it allows event organizers to safely control the flow of people in and out of the festival. A designated entrance also ensures that everyone has paid and that they’re not letting in anyone under the legal drinking age. If needed it can even serve as a security checkpoint, where backs are checked and guests are screened for prohibited items.

Vendor Tents

Past the entrance, guests found themselves in a sea of vendor tents. Here, breweries from all over the state (and beyond) set up shop to showcase their beers. Our fiesta and marquee tents serve as mini-bars, providing shade and shelter from the sun and rain. So that brewers can focus on what they do best – making great beer. Using souvenir glasses, festival-goers sampled beers from a variety of different brewers. Other tents housed food vendors – if needed, inquire about our cooking equipment such as grills and cooktops.

Designated Spaces

Throughout the festival, large tents were utilized to create designated areas for different activities. For example, a putt-putt course! These areas help keep everything organized and prevent overcrowding in one particular area. But they also serve another purpose – to help create a vibe. For example, if there’s a live band playing, the designated tent may be more lively and energetic. Versus a food area, where attendees can quietly enjoy their meal and avoid the hot sun or rain. Note that large tents and a white picket fence are also useful for creating a VIP area – an easy upsell, complete with outdoor tables and an air-conditioned restroom trailer.

Command Central

Every outdoor festival needs a command central, where event organizers set up shop to make sure everything runs smoothly. It will function as a communication hub in the event of an emergency or should a problem need to be addressed. Adjacent to this tent is also a fitting space for a medical tent, marked so that guests can find it with ease. If the event is functioning largely due to volunteer efforts, we also recommend a designated tent. With siding, it will be a private space for workers to get a rundown on operations on the morning of the event, as well as a quiet area for them to kick back and relax on their breaks.

Plan ahead to secure outdoor festival tents! Reach out today and a member of our team would gladly help you secure the best rentals for your event – large tents, barricades, and more. Or, take a look at our catalog and cart feature to quickly request a quote. P.S. Don’t forget to make rain plans to ensure that the show can go on and attendees don’t leave disappointed!