Since winter is another month or so away, let’s keep celebrating this season of autumn the northern Michigan way, a fall festival. The one we are excited for is the Flapjack & Flannel Festival hosted by Jacob’s Farm in Traverse City. Wear your flannel, and drink delicious beers, wines, and cocktails paired with flapjacks!
The Sixth annual Flapjack & Flannel Festival is November 11th, 12-6 pm. Enjoy tastes from local breweries, wineries, and distilleries alongside pancake pairings, BBQ, and a ton of flannel! What would a festival be without live music? This year, Austin Benzing and Hatchwing Rider are performing to get you into a groove.
Additional entertainment is added this year. Dunegrass presents Jack Pine Lumberjack Show: Nine-Time World Champion Logroller, Dan McDonough continues to bring you the finest in competitive lumberjack shows with the best in family entertainment featuring world-class competitive lumberjacks. See World Champion Lumberjacks in head-to-head competition as seen on ESPN. Chopping, Sawing, Axe Throwing, Log Rolling, and Speed Climbing – it’s a great combination of action-packed fun and comedy! Shows at 1 p.m., 3 p.m., and 4:45 p.m. on November 11th.
VIP Ticket entry will be from 12 to 6 p.m. A VIP Ticket includes 8 drink tokens, 1-hour early entry (noon), Private Restrooms, a Heated Barn, Bonfires, and an Exclusive Deck overlooking the festival. $99. Limited Tickets Available. Additional tokens are 2 for $6 in advance and $4 each on the day of the event.
General Admission Ticket entry will be from 1 to 6 p.m. A GA Ticket includes 2 drink tokens- good for 2-8oz pours and one pancake. Additional tokens are 2 for $6 in advance and $4 each on the day of the event. Tickets are $35 until November 10th, $45 the day of the event, and $15 for kids (a non-alcoholic drink token and a pancake).
If you need a shuttle, no worries! The Brew Bus will provide rides to and from Jacob’s Farm from the Old Town Parking Deck for FREE from 11:45 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Our friendship with Jacob’s Farm and deepening our involvement in our neighborhood of Traverse City is proof we have a home-grown perspective on the Up-North experience. From our perspective, A Higher Latitude is best enjoyed responsibly with friends.