event

August 11, 2019
High Noon Saloon & Indeed Brewing Presents
High Noon Saloon and Indeed Brewing Presents Madison's Biggest Bloody Mary Bar
A Tribute To Jimi Hendrix, JB3'S
August 11, 2019
Doors: 11:00 am / Show: 12:00 PM
High Noon Saloon
$15 ADV//DOS
Ages 21 and Up
High Noon Saloon and Indeed Brewing presents
Madison's Biggest Bloody Mary Bar
A Post-Great Taste of the Midwest Revival
 
Doors: 11:00am
Music: 12:00pm
21+ / minors allowed to attend with legal parent or guardian

You've probably had a Bloody Mary on a Sunday at High Noon in the past, but on Sunday, August 11th we're taking Bloodies to another level! With the help of Indeed Brewing and friends, we will create an amazing build-your-own Bloody Mary bar experience with over 50 meat, cheese, and veggie garnishes, spice rims, sauces, flavor bombs, your very own exclusive Madison's Biggest Bloody Mary Bar chaser cup filled to the brim with Indeed brew, and live music from some of Madison's tastiest bands. This event lines up perfectly following Wisconsin's flagship drinking marathon, Great Taste of the Midwest, so wake up that Sunday morning and test that Hair-of-the-Dog theory with us in true High Noon fashion.
 
*In the event of dry weather, our patio will be open with music from inside flowing out, and Brass Ring bites available to complement your Bloodies and brews!

Admission to the event includes:
  • Access to "Madison's Biggest Bloody Mary Bar"
  • 1 pint with your choice of infused or plain Deep Eddy Vodka and tomato base
  • 1 exclusive Indeed Brewing x High Noon Saloon chaser cup (filled with complimentary beer chaser)
  • Additional Indeed Brewing beers will be available for purchase
  • Live Music! 
This event is capped at 300 total tickets and we expect them to move quickly, so grab yours now and we'll see ya there!!

LIVE MUSIC:
A Tribute to Jimi Hendrix 
performed by an All-Star group featuring members of Steely Dane, The Gomers, The Funkee JBeez, and Kick The Cat 
Joey B. Banks, Dave Adler, Chris Clemente, and Dennis Shepherd
 
JB3's
The jb3s was born out of an affinity of funk and jazz organ trio music. Soulive being one of the most popular modern examples, a group of Madison WI and Chicagofunksters got together to play some "Soulive tunes." The repertoire has grown from there but has it's roots deeply sewn into the traditions of organ trios.