Join us for the 3rd Annual Rock & Rye celebration

Please join us for the 3rd Annual Rock & Rye celebration on Saturday, July 31st, 2010, brought to you by the Templeton Community Betterment Association and your friends at Templeton Rye. Below is the Rock & Rye 2010 schedule of events:

4:00 – 6:00 PM – Free Templeton Rye distillery tours for ticket holders

6:00 PM – Beer garden opens. All proceeds benefit the Templeton Community Betterment Association.

7:30 PM – Aged Spirits

9:00 PM – The Nadas

Tickets are available for $10 per person plus a nominal Eventbrite fee in advance (below) and will be available for $15 per person at the door if you choose not to take the charter bus.

We are also bringing three charter buses from Des Moines to Templeton for the party. A seat on the bus is $50 per person plus a nominal Eventbrite fee and includes your ticket to the show. These seats are limited so get yours today.

Buses will be departing the Jordan Creek Costco parking lot in West Des Moines at 4:00 p.m. sharp on July 31st. The buses are air-conditioned with restrooms and will allow beverages (cans or plastic only – no glass) in soft-side coolers. After the concert, the buses will depart from Templeton at 11:30 p.m. arriving back in West Des Moines just after 1:00 a.m. Cabs will be available in the Costco parking lot upon return if requested.

Reserve your seat on the Rock & Rye Charter or purchase advance tickets:


You will receive an email confirmation with your ticket purchase confirming your order. Keep this for your records. Tickets purchased online can be picked up at will call on the day of the event.

4 responses to “Join us for the 3rd Annual Rock & Rye celebration”

  1. ambassador Candie Says:

    News from Denver,
    As Co-Ambassador of Templeton Rye in the Denver metro area, I would like to report the following to the company (aka Kevin).
    1. Tell your friend in Littleton for a limited time there will be Templeton Rye at The White Owl in Globeville (close to I-70 & Washington). It is a small but delightful little bar. Also at The Squeaky Bean (33rd and Tejon) a lovely little bar and restaurant gaining national fame.
    2. But in addition they apparently have Templeton Rye at the Whiskey Bar on 22nd and Larimer ALL of the time. I was there last night at Geeks Who Drink. Internet purchase maybe?

    BUT be warned: it is my true belief that the whiskey is better when transported and delivered in the same prohibition era manner it is famous for – it needs to travel in a car from Iowa to its destination. Somehow this makes the whiskey happy and much smoother when consumed inconspicuously.

    Ambassador Candie

    ps If you ever need a national ambassador for the nectar I might be able to fill the bill. Although I admit to being a bourbon snob, I love the TR and would like to help you succeed spreading the good word.

  2. ambassador Candie Says:

    I have one bottle left of the 6 we obtained on our search from Council Bluff’s to Sioux City. I am unsure if I will be able to attend the big bash. If the last bottle is gone I might need to make another trip.

  3. Julie Says:

    So can someone clarify for me that there will be Templeton Rye and the Rock and Rye days?

  4. Angela Says:

    We’ll be there! Looking forward to the festivities!

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