Cornhole, water balloon toss, beer pong, flip cup, potato sack races and more; it’s like Field Day for adults! The 2nd Annual IdiOlympics at Village Idiot Pub is on Labor Day, September 5.
Round up your best beer-drinkin’ pals and get ready for an epic day of beer games, live music with Hot Pink, prizes, food trucks and more. The first wave of the IdiOlympics starts at noon, the second wave starts at 2 p.m. and if it’s needed, a third wave will start 4 p.m. Each wave is first come, first serve.
Teams of four will compete to win the gold in the IdiOlympics at the Village Idiot Pub. When registering don’t forget to pick out an awesome team name; Here for Beer, Designated Drinkers, Smarty Pints, Bad News Beers. Whichever you decide, make sure everyone in your team knows the name when registering. Creative costumes are encouraged.
The games will be held across the street from Village Idiot Pub at Riverfront Park in Cocoa Village. The IdiOlympics are $40 per person, which will get you participation in the games, an event t-shirt and the equivalent of four beers.
Put your drinking pants on because each event is worth points, and the team with the most points at the end will claim victory. Series of events include cornhole, water balloon toss, beer pong, flip cup, potato sack races, beersbe, volleyball, beer relay, kickball and a few other surprises. Local favorite, Hot Pink the band will be rocking out from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m..
You’re probably wondering what prize you and your team will win, but Village Idiot Pub wants to make it a surprise.
- Participants must be 21+ to play in the IdiOlympics
- All teammates must participate in order to qualify for points
- Guys and girls have the same rules
- Team members can be changed last minute, as long as you get there early and the new teammate brings everything needed to participate
- Final registration for the IdiOlympics at Village Idiot Pub is on September 4 at 6 p.m. (the night before the event)
- Some of the events require the drinking of beer to qualify for the competition, but it’s not required
By Alyssa Brady, Staff Writer