RoMa Craft Tobac will begin selling tickets for its WeaselFest 2021 event and begin shipping its new El Catador de Los Petite Gordos to ticketholders.

Beginning today, those who purchased tickets for the WeaselFest 2020 event, which was postponed, and opted to keep their tickets will be able to reserve their tickets for the 2021 event. Those ticket holders will be emailed a code that is valid for the price of the ticket.


They will also have the option to upgrade their ticket to VIP tickets for $200 per ticket.

WeaselFest 2021 will take place May 29 at the company’s headquarters in Austin. It includes 12 hours of live music, local food and alcohol.

Later this week, those who purchased tickets for the 2020 event but opted to have their tickets refunded or exchanged for cigars—an option RoMa Craft Tobac offered when it postponed the 2020 event—will have the chance to purchase tickets for the 2021 event.

Next week, tickets will go on sale for those who didn’t purchase tickets to the 2020 event.

Standard tickets ($275) include access to the event, food, alcohol and Weasel Packs, which include swag and other items. Standard tickets also include the ability to purchase up to five of the new El Catador de Los Petite Gordos samplers, which are priced at $100 before the event or $120 at the event.

Inside each sampler will be two of the following:

  • Intemperance BA XXI War (4 1/2 x 60)
  • Intemperance EC XVIII Peace (4 1/2 x 60)
  • Intemperance Whiskey Rebellion 1794 Husband (4 1/2 x 60)
  • CroMagnon Mandible (4 1/2 x 60)
  • Aquitaine Mandible (4 1/2 x 60)
  • Neanderthal C3 (4 1/2 x 60)

VIP tickets ($475) include one El Catador de Los Petite Gordos sampler plus unlimited alcohol and food during the event.

RoMa Craft Tobac says that it will start shipping the samplers to those who purchase them this week.

Prior to the event—Friday, May 28—Habana House will host a separate RoMa Craft Tobac event that will also feature limited edition cigars.


Charlie Minato

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