When was the last time you went to a Lake Michigan beach to celebrate art, music and 93 different varieties of beer? I can honestly say never, but there's always a first time.

This Saturday, August 27, at Pere Marquette Park in Muskegon, over 6,000 people are expected to attend the "Burning Foot Beer Festival 2022."

This really sounds like a lot of fun for thousands of Michiganders as we get closer and closer to the Labor Day weekend.

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This festival will be held on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan in Muskegon. Last year, close to 6,000 Michiganders attended this one of a kind celebration that lasts most of the day.

According to mlive.com:

This year, festivalgoers will have the opportunity to taste beer from 93 breweries. The majority of the are from Michigan, but people can also sample those from Wisconsin, Indiana and Illinois.

This will be their 7th annual "Burning Foot Beer Festival" which kicks off at 3 p.m. and goes until 10 p.m.

Not only 93 breweries on hand that day, but plenty of food from local vendors and live music on two stages at both ends of the beach.

Mlive.com tells us more about several food vendors:

Some of the tasty options offered this year include favorites like Tiki Boiz, Rad Dads’ Tequila Bar, Hamburger Mikey, Baby Suga’s Cheese Steak Shack, Fatty Lumpkins, and more.

Can you imagine how much fun Michiganders will have on Saturday, August 27, in Muskegon? People love their beer along with art, great food and topped off with live music, including "Plain White T's."

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