TULSA, Okla. — The Hop Jam Beer and Music Festival is canceled for 2021.
Organizers said they made the decision to postpone the festival because of health and safety concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The festival will return May 22, 2022.
The Hop Jam has always been about bringing people together to celebrate the incredible convergence of great craft beer and music. With thousands of you joining us very year from near and far, YOU have helped to make The Hop Jam the largest craft beer and music festival in Oklahoma, and one of the premier craft beer events in the nation.
With an event of this scale (and Awesomeness!) we also recognize that we have to look at maintaining your health and safety at a larger scale. With this in mind, we have made the hard decision that The Hop Jam will not take place this year as planned. We are working still on ways the Hop Jam can promote and celebrate the craft beer and music community in 2021, while focusing our excitement and energy on returning 22nd May 2022.
We are so proud of the community we have built with The Hop Jam starting in 2014 and we know that the best is still yet to come.
This is the second consecutive year the event was canceled because of the pandemic.
Hop Jam started in 2014 and hosts hundreds of craft beers, activities, games, food, and free concerts.
For more information about Hop Jam, click here.
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