1. Busch Gardens Food & Wine Festival
One Busch Gardens Blvd., Williamsburg, Virginia
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Busch Gardens is probably the closest thing to a DisneyLand that adults can enjoy. All weekend, they will be having a food and wine festival featuring cuisine from all around the world. They will also be serving wines not normally on their menu!
2. Richmond Brewery Tours
623 E Main St, Richmond, Virginia
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Richmond Brewery Tours can drive you around the region so you can sample the city’s best in craft beer.
3. Drive an exotic car
1245 Pine Tree Road, Alton, Virginia 24520
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Hey Top Gear fans, ever want to drive a luxury car at absurd speeds? I know, Alton is a bit of a drive, but it’s worth it!
4. Jammin On The James
215 S. Wilton Road, Richmond, Virginia
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Wilton House will be hosting the free concert series Jammin On The James this Saturday featuring Andy Vaughan & Driveline.
5. Build A Better Block
N 25th St and Venable St, Richmond
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Church Hill North will have a pop-up market with live music artists and vendors this weekend. There will be food, parklets and a screening of Frozen.
6. Craft Beer Fever
1601 Willow Lawn Drive, Richmond, Virginia
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The Shops At Willow Lawn will be hosting a craft beer festival with live music, food from local restaurants and plenty of stuff for the kids!
7. Father’s Day Keg n’ Oyster Fest
2408 Ownby Lane, Richmond, Virginia 23220
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Enjoy the best of Hardywood craft brews with Rappahannock oysters raw, steamed or baked with your father!
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