April 22, 2014
Make History During Philly’s Attempt To Break The Guinness Record For World’s Largest Bar Crawl, Saturday, May 3
You may not be the tallest person in the world, nor the shortest. You’re probably not the fattest or the thinnest. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make record-breaking history!
Leave your legacy by being a part of Philly’s attempt to stage the World’s Largest Bar Crawl on Saturday, May 3. (Yup, the same day as the South Street Headhouse Spring Festival, Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival and more).
The current Largest Pub Crawl record was set last year, when 4,885 participants each visited ten pubs in Kansas City, MO. Philly aims to blow that record out of the water by drawing a crowd of more than 15,000.
The eight-hour event will involve more than 150 bars in neighborhoods all around the city, including Northern Liberties, South Street, Old City, Rittenhouse, University City, South Philly, Center City, Midtown Village and Fairmount.
In order to be counted in the record-breaking tally, attendees must check in and visit at least 10 different locations within the designated eight-hour span.
Each participant must consume five ounces of a “beverage” at each location. In the interest of responsibility, drinkers will be required to hydrate with glasses of water.
General admission costs $10 per person, which includes a program map, entrance to all participating locations, a branded keepsake wristband and access to drink specials.
For $25, VIPs also receive an official t-shirt, as well as free admission to the after-party and future reunions.
Don’t miss out on a chance to make history. Reserve your spotonline today. Prices are expected to go up as the event gets closer, and tickets will NOT be available at the door.
World’s Largest Bar Crawl
When: Saturday, May 3, noon until 8 p.m.
Where: More than 150 bars throughout the city
Cost: General Admission: $10 per person; VIP: $25 per person
More info: www.thecrawl.com