Who doesn't love a good bloody?! If you can get enough of them, then you might want to check out the massive Bloody Mary festival that'll be coming to Sartell this fall.

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Minnesota Bloody Mary Fest is coming back to Blackberry Ridge Golf Club by popular demand on Sunday, September 12!

From 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. you'll be able to indulge in all things Bloody Mary! There's all different kinds of toppings available to try, craft beer samples and of course a cookout.

It sounds oh so amazing! Seriously, can we just make this like a monthly event instead of an annual one?

They haven't announced their list of vendors yet, but we'll add it to this list once that information is made available.

If you're interested in attending the event, here's how it'll work.

General admission tickets are $30 and will will grant you access to unlimited Bloody Mary and craft beer samples along with the complimentary cookout meal.

You can pay $55 for the VIP pass which will get you everything you'd expect from the general admission ticket, plus you'll get early access to the event...yep, you'll get access to the bloodies and samples before everyone else. And, to top it off you'll get a voucher for 18 holes of golf at Blackberry Ridge...that's quite the deal!

So, block this off now in your calendar...because, honestly, is there really anything better to do than this on September 12? Nope, I didn't think so either.

Ticket prices will increase on August 1st, so you've got some time to decide...unless tickets sell out.

You can find more information on the official Central MN Bloody Mary Fest Facebook event page.

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