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Onesie Bar Crawl – Downtown Norfolk
March 9, 2019 @ 3:00 pm - 9:00 pm
That’s right!!!! EpicEventz is bringing you our Onesie Bar Crawl!
Winter is usually the time where all we want to do is sit inside in our Onesies, stay warm and wait for spring to come…
Well not anymore!!!! We want everyone to get up off that couch and join us in your Onesie as we mingle through multiple bars enjoying exclusive drink specials and making tons of new friends.
**LANYARD REQUIRED IF DRESSING UP TO ENTER PARTICIPATING BARS**
Incredible drink specials during the crawl.
Hundreds of crawlers staying warm, looking comfy, and having a blast.
Exclusive souvenir cup.
Neck lanyard with themed drink specials. (LANYARD REQUIRED IF DRESSING UP FOR BAR ENTERANCE)
Colored Onesie Bar Crawl Mug
Flashing LED Glasses
Bars coming soon.
***Check-in will be from 3:00-5:00pm, location announced shortly***
Please Note: Participating bars and specials are subject to change at the sole discretion of the bars and/or promoter.
Online ticket sales will end the day before the event, day-of tickets will be available for $35.00 cash only. A limited number of tickets are available to ensure bars won’t be over crowded.
Must be 21+ to participate. Don’t drink and drive, arrange a designated driver, take public transportation or call a cab/uber.
Onesie Bar Crawl FAQ’s
Do we have to wear a Onesie to participate in the bar crawl?
No. A Onesie is not required but we do encourage dressing up to enhance the experience, pajamas, snuggies, slippers and robes, all welcome.
Can I join the bar crawl at any time?
Unfortunately, guest check-in and bar crawl lanyards will only be handed out from 3:00 to 5:00pm.
If for any reason I can’t make it to the event, can I get a refund?
No. All sales are final, this is a rain or shine event; you can however transfer your ticket to another person.
***A portion or proceeds will be donated to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society***
“Multiple sclerosis is a complex disease of the central nervous system (brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves) characterized by relapses (neurologic symptoms which appear rapidly but often improve over weeks or months), remissions and often progression of disability over time. MS is currently not a curable disease. Learn more by visiting http://www.nationalmssociety.org/