Greater Nashua's 106.3 Frank FM invites you to join them for the first-ever Franktoberfest being held rain or shine on Saturday, October 1 at Holman Stadium in Nashua.

From 1-5 p.m. Nashua's historic baseball stadium will be filled with some of New Hampshire and Nashua's favorite beer, wings and wines. This is a sampling event and the whole family is invited to join in the festivities.

There will be more than 60 different beers on tap including Redhook, Long Trail, Peak Brewing, Woodstock Inn and Brewery, Narragansett Brewing, and Martha's Exchange. More than 12 different wines will also be available to sample including Zorvino Vineyards, Candia Vineyards and Moonlight Meadery. The event wouldn't be complete without food and attendees of all ages can sample chicken wings prepared by some of Nashua's favorite restaurants including Shorty's Mexican Roadhouse, O'Brien's Sports Bar, 7-Star Pizza, T-Bones, and Martha's Exchange.

Live music will be provided by local artists and Charlie Farren and Jon Butcher will be headlining the event.

The first 1,000 attendees to purchase tickets will receive a commemorative sampling glass. Tickets for sampling adults are $20 in advance (through September 29) and $25 at the door. Tickets are $5 for designated drivers and those under 21 years of age.

Proceeds from this event will benefit the Nashua Police Athletic League, Merrimack Valley Food Bank and the Music Drives Us Foundation.

For more information, visit the Frank FM website.

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