Well, if you're a whiskey fan, this article may just make your year.  I'm not even kidding you about this all-you-can-drink whiskey festival with unlimited tastings and music, celebrating the lifestyle for whiskey enthusiasts and newbies to enjoy.   It's called the WhiskeyX, and according to the Bucketlisters website, you can spend as much time as you want tasting, discovering, and learning about more than 60 premium whiskey brands and cocktails.

The WhiskeyX is about curating the best Bourbon, American, Irish, Scotch, Rye, and Single Malt out there, and this unprecedented selection of innovative and world-class whiskies is happening on September 15 in Boston's South End neighborhood.  According to Bucketlisters, you can go for a VIP package with exclusive entry and extra tasting time, or save a few bucks and do the general admission thing.

SoWa Boston via Facebook
SoWa Boston via Facebook

According to Bucketlisters, WhiskeyX is now its sixth year, and bringing this unlimited whiskey-drinking festival to Boston's beautiful SoWa Power Station at 550 Harrison Avenue. I'm guessing this will be an unforgettable Friday night, and yes, even though we think of festivals as several days, this one is just one night.

By the way, even though I'm personally not a fan of this oh-so-popular liquor, I do think of cigars when I think of it, and so does the WhiskeyX.  According to Bucketlisters, cigar options and even a cigar bar have been known to pop up at these festivals for that full experience.  Plus, food truck village is right there for your dining pleasure, as well as other vendors.

All of the info is right here on the WhiskeyX website.

Celebrities You Forgot Starred in Music Videos

From supermodels to reality TV stars and A-list actors, check out these celebrities who appeared in music videos over the years.

Celebrity Friendships That Imploded

From co-stars like Drake Bell and Josh Peck experiencing wedding invitation betrayal to Camila Cabello losing her girl gang of Fifth Harmony, we recap our favorite, once-inseparable besties and their unfortunate fall-outs.

More From Seacoast Current