The 2017 Galveston Island Food & Wine Festival will be on Friday, May 5 and Saturday May 6, 2017. With specialty food items, culinary events, artisan exhibits, and live musical entertainment, the 8th annual Galveston Island Food & Wine Festival offers a little bit of something for everyone.
New this year, we will be expanding our festival allowing for more attendees, exhibitors, wine and food and moving to the Galveston Island Convention Center.
The festival will kick off with a pre-event Blind Tasting on April 20, 2017 in conjunction with the official Galveston Island Food & Wine Festival poster unveiling at Bienville Social. The festival becomes open to the public on May 5th & 6th, offering the chance to enjoy wines from around the world paired with delicious local food, plus the opportunity to learn first-rate tips from popular chefs and wine makers.
Tickets for Galveston Island Food & Wine are now available online and include a variety of options prepared to fit any budget, with packages ranging from $30 to $156. In addition, a portion of the proceeds from the event will be re-invested into local organizations such as Galveston College Culinary Arts, Alvin Community College Culinary Arts and the Galveston County Resource Crisis Center.
For complete information, visit www.galvestonfoodandwinefestival.com. Any further questions regarding Galveston Island Food & Wine Festival can be directed to email@example.com or (409) 770-0999.
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