i95's Hat City on Tap was a tremendous success. But, like any great party planner, it's time to look towards the next big event.

You came, you drank, you partied with friends and family, and you grooved to the tunes. Then, you woke up to cold and snowy weather for, not one, but two freakin' April days. Punxsutawney Phil - you are fired!

We never like to rest on our laurels here at the radio station. So, plans are already cranking along for the 3rd annual Brews and BBQ Festival, Saturday, May 14 at the Ives Concert Park in Danbury, Connecticut. The incredible i95 listeners have made the first two so successful, that demand was high for another. So, here comes number three.

Of course, there's barbecue, but the food vendors offer up other tasty treats to tantalize you. Normally, you're expected to whistle while you work, but on May 14, we want to wet your whistle with lot's of great brews. See what I did there?

To complete the trifecta of fun, we've lined up awesome music to entertain through out the day. Southern Rock legends, Molly Hatchet, are headlining the bill along with local favorites, Whitewood and Nashville Drive.

May 14 is not that far off. Let's dream of shorts and flip flops and icy cold beer. Buy your tickets for the Brews and BBQ Festival in advance because you'll save money. Saving cash, always a great thing! Advance tickets also include your first beer.

Just click here to get them now.

Listen to Pam Brooks weekdays from 10-3PM on 95.1 FM, online at i95rock.com/listen-live/ or by downloading the radioPup app for your mobile device.