The Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival is making its way to Indianapolis again this year, bringing an all new schedule of performers, delicious food to sample, and of course, some of the best wines from around Indiana. Tickets go on sale today, April 1, 2010, from the Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival website. This Indianapolis event will take place on June 5, 2010 at Military Park in downtown Indianapolis.
|Video of live music at the 2007 Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival in Indianapolis|
Added to the festivities this year will be three top Indianapolis music acts. Jennie DeVoe, a self-described “hippie-funk” singer songwriter will kick things off at noon with her unique blend of trip hop, soul, and funk; Jon McLaughlin, an Anderson, Indiana native and international singing superstar who’s garnered critical acclaim for his several albums, will go on stage at 2:30; and NeedToBreathe, a modern rock band whose influences range from Wilco to Tom Petty, will be closing things out at 5. Between acts, WTTS 92.3 FM, an Indianapolis radio station, will be keeping things hopping.
|Promotional video for Indianapolis musician Jennie DeVoe, who will be performing at the 11th Annual Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival in Military Park|
Of course, the Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival is much less about the music and much more about the food and drink available. Twenty four different Indiana wineries and twelve Indianapolis restaurants will be in attendance, each with their own vintage or vittles to offer. Making an appearance will be Best Vineyards, Brown County Winery, Buck Creek Winery, Butler Winery and Vineyards, Carousel Winery, Chateau de Pique, Chateau Thomas Winery, Easley Winery, Ertel Cellars Winery, French Lick Winery, Grape Inspirations, Huber’s Orchard, Winery, and Vineyards, Indian Creek Winery, Lanthier Winery, Madison Vineyards, Mallow Run Winery, Oliver Winery, Satek Winery, Simmons Winery, Thomas Family Winery, Turtle Run Winery, Whyte Horse Winery, Windy Knoll Winery, and Winzerwald Winery. With this many famous wines to choose from, you’re sure to find something to match your palate.
Add a KidZone for Indianapolis children and a host of special seminars and food tastings designed to help participants get the most out of the wine and food they try at the festival, and you have an Indianapolis attraction that’s well worth the price of admission. Adult pre-order tickets are $22, while adult tickets at the gate are $25. In an effort to keep this Indianapolis festival as safe as possible, designated drivers get a hefty discount; all designated driver tickets are $10, an excellent deal for all the entertainment and food available at the Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival.
Several high profile Indianapolis businesses are getting involved in the 11th Annual Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival, including WISH TV, 92.3 WTTS, NUVO Newsweekly, the National Turkey Federation, and many more. Buy your tickets today to make sure you’re able to attend this popular Indianapolis event.
11th Annual Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival
Saturday, June 5th at Military Park
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