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Paradise Coast Sports Complex (PCSC) will host the fourth annual WolfStock BrewFest and Concert on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2023.

The event will run from 4-8 pm, and will feature a full afternoon of entertainment, samplings of craft beers from local breweries, and a variety of food offerings. Some of the specialty brews are named for Shy Wolf’s resident animals and crafted by the breweries specifically for the event.

Headlining the concert is Champ Jaxon, an 11-year-old blues-rock musician from Southwest Florida. Champ already has an impressive array of performances, playing multiple shows with The Marshall Tucker Band and opening for acts such as Alabama and Mark Wills. 

Advance general admission tickets are $50 and include entertainment, BrewFest tasting mug for guests over 21 years old (proof of age required), as well as access to a wide variety of food booths. Tickets will be available for non-drinkers and minors for $20 in advance. A limited number of $150 VIP Experience Passes are also available, and include stage-front seating, a photo opportunity with Shy Wolf Sanctuary’s Ambassador Animals, a post-event visit to the Sanctuary and Wolfstock merchandise such as a mug and commemorative t-shirt.

“WolfStock is another fantastic event we are proud to bring back to Paradise Coast Sports Complex as part of our cultural offerings to Collier County and Southwest Florida,” said PCSC General Manager Adrian Moses. “Partnering with Shy Wolf Sanctuary to utilize our facility in this unique fashion again shows the flexibility of events that we can host here at PCSC.”

Suncoast Beverage Sales has signed on as the event’s beverage sponsor. Additional sponsorship opportunities, including naming rights for the event are available.

Proceeds from this event will directly support Shy Wolf Sanctuary’s mission of healing hearts and minds through rescue, sanctuary, and education. The organization rescues captive-bred exotic and unreleasable wild animals. Many of the animals we rescue have been abandoned, neglected, and abused. The wolves are guided as they survive, learn to trust again, heal through the power of unconditional love, and begin to thrive. The sanctuary conducts community presentations, on-site visits, and partners with nonprofit organizations to help people through our Healing Hearts program.

For more information about WolfStock, visit WolfStockFL.org.