There’s enough to go around! At the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival’s tasting tent sessions, guests can enjoy food and beverages from around the region. CONTRIBUTED BY RAFTERMEN / AFWF
Photo: For the AJC
Photo: For the AJC

Tickets go on sale this week for the 2019 Atlanta Food & Wine Festival

Early bird tickets available through the end of the month

The Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is still a few months away, but you’ll be able to begin grabbing your tickets as early as this Friday.

The ninth annual festival returns this year from May 30-June 2 with 150 chefs, sommeliers and mixologists from across the southeast. 

Early bird tickets go on sale March 15 and will remain on sale through March 31. General ticket sales will be available starting April 1 until tickets run out.
The event will highlight off-the-grid food destinations and rising culinary stars as part of this year’s “Off the Eaten Path” theme. 

Much of the festival’s format will remain the same as last year, including the return of the popular tasting tents, which will move from Piedmont Park to Old Fourth Ward Park and will feature wine pop-up stations, a cocktail garden, live music and interactive food and beverage pairing areas.

In addition, look for more than “learning experiences”, hands-on classes taught by chefs and beverage professionals; the Master Studio Series – Kitchen Raconteurs: Storytelling through Food hosted by The Lee Brothers; and dinners and events including a Destination Delicious dinner and Sunday Brunch. 
The full lineup, as well as individual ticket packages, will go live at March 15.  


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