News On Six
Katiera Winfrey, News on 6
Thousands of people have spent part of their weekends in downtown Tulsa for several festivals. The 4th annual Hop Jam is going on in the Brady Arts District, and hundreds have filled the streets to hear live music and and taste craft beer.
The Hop Jam is a home grown event. Long-time music group and Tulsa natives the Hanson brothers started it. The event is known as the largest craft beer festival in Oklahoma.
All along the streets are 65 breweries from across the country. Attendees are able to sample the brew in their special cups.
They say with music and beer you can’t go wrong.
“I think it’s pretty great because it is right in my backyard,” said Calibur Kidd, attendee. “It’s just a 15 minute drive to go have a good time, so that’s awesome.”