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Hockeytown BrewHaHa to feature street eats, craft brews

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DETROIT (WJBK) -

The Detroit Red Wings are teaming up with local eateries and craft beer makers for the Hockeytown BrewHaHa Street Eats and Craft Beer Fest this weekend (April 20) at Joe Louis Arena.

Fans can purchase tickets for $37.50. Each guest will receive coupon books upon entry to Joe Louis Arena and can redeem coupons for six, 6-oz. craft beer samples from any of the participating breweries, as well as a sample of the cuisine from each of the six participating food truck vendor stations.

Tickets for the Hockeytown BrewHaHa Street Eats and Craft Beer Fest are available at the Joe Louis Arena box office, all Ticketmaster outlets (1-800-745-3000), or online at DetroitRedWings.com/BrewHaHa.

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