Wine lovers the following two festivals are for you!
Wine South Festival, Atlanta
How does this sound: over 600 wine and food samples over 2 days? I bet you will be a bit tipsy at the end of the festival. From September 29-30, you can have all this plus numerous cooking demos and seminars. Admission is a bit pricey though, at $100 for one day or $150 for two days. You can book in advance and get $20 off for a day or $30 off for two days.
Martha’s Vineyard Annual Harvest, Massachusetts
Martha’s Vineyard is known all over the world for its charm, food, and wine. You should visit this year’s festival, which runs from October 12-14 and get a taste of the island life. Sample their seafood, wine, and a host of other farm produce. Seminars are also going to be held during the festival. Tickets are available for each event and prices vary.
More seafood, anyone? Take a look at these two festivals.
Little River Shrimp and Jazz Fest, Little River, South Carolina
From October 6-7, the third annual festival will be held at Little River. You can enjoy scrumptious seafood dishes while listening to live jazz music at its best – all the while relaxing by the waterfront. Some performers include Kat Daniels and Tony Torre.
Seafair, Rockport, Texas
The 33rd annual Seafair is something you should not miss if you are near the area. From October 5-7, you can indulge yourself as you watch parades, eat great seafood, attend cooking demos and seminars, join a cook off, and more. The price is even better! For $5, it is definitely worth it.