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Mon, Apr 08


San Marcos

Total Eclipse Watch Party - Free

FREE watch party with live music and beer release! More details below! RSVP to let us know you're coming!

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Total Eclipse Watch Party - Free
Total Eclipse Watch Party - Free

Time & Location

Apr 08, 2024, 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM

San Marcos, 680 Oakwood Loop, San Marcos, TX 78666, USA

About the event

Join us at Roughhouse Brewing on Monday, April 8, 2024 for an unforgettable Total Eclipse Watch Party! This won't happen again for 20 more years!

***IMPORTANT: this event is free and open to the public, and first-come/first-served. We expect HEAVY traffic for this event. While we have a spacious parking lot (~150 cars), we expect it to fill up quickly. Parking on Oakwood Loop is at your own risk. We will open at 10 AM and advise arriving by 11 am to find parking, claim a table or spread out a blanket and order food and drinks. Chairs and blankets welcome. Coolers and outside food/drink prohibited as we are a food/beverage establishment.***

Eclipse duration 12:15-3:00 PM

Totality duration 1:35-1:36 PM

We're opening early at 10 AM with our full drink menu. Our kitchen will open at 11 AM, so you can post up, grab a drink and order some lunch ahead of the eclipse. We will be offering a modified food menu that's different from what's shown on our website in order to serve you concession-style and keep lines down. 

LIVE MUSIC 12-3 PM by Kelany & the All Nighters (with a break during peak totality) 

BEER RELEASE Shadow Stout - a special stout release with cold brew and dark chocolate! 

We will be giving out free eclipse glasses to the first 100 people!

Fun facts from NASA:

-The next total solar eclipse that can be seen from the contiguous United States will be on Aug. 23, 2044.

-When the Moon completely blocks the visible surface of the Sun during a total solar eclipse, viewers can remove their eclipse glasses. -A total solar eclipse is the only type of solar eclipse where eclipse glasses can be momentarily removed.

-When a solar eclipse reaches totality, nocturnal wildlife sometimes wakes up, thinking that it’s nighttime, and non-nocturnal wildlife might think it’s time to head to sleep!

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