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Downtown Phoenix Pub Crawl Tickets on Sale

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Good news for you: The coordinators of the Fourth Annual

Downtown Phoenix Pub Crawl

might have outdone themselves.

The event -- set for October 23 -- signed 19 pubs, clubs, lounges, restaurants and bars, and a slew of trolleys to participate.

Organizers are expecting close to 800 people, which may translate to a whole lot of crawling. Tickets to the shenanigan fest are still on sale. More details after the jump...

What to expect: An advance ticket ($12) or night-of ticket ($15) will come with a wristband that will be handed out on Adams street between Central and First avenues at 8 p.m. on October 23. Then a series of trolleys (how Scottsdale) will shuttle crowds off to participating pubs/bars/restaurants including Rose & Crown, Turf, Carly's, Hanny's, Ghost Lounge and BarSmith until close. The afterparty will then continue at Steve's Greenhouse Grill until 3 a.m..

More info: on the Downtown Phoenix Ambassador website.

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