Get Tickets For Vintage901 Food and Wine Festival

Posted by Holly Whitfield | July 12th 2016 5786 0

This post has been updated as of March 3, 2017.

The Memphis foodie scene has another sweet li’l baby festival to call its own: Vintage901 Fest! It’s a three-day event filled with wine tastings, tons of food, and local music and it’s happening March 10-12, 2017. The event will benefit the Women’s Foundation.

You can now buy tickets for the event. You can buy a three-day pass that includes access to every event, or you can buy a la carte. The passes are $375. Three day passes are sold out. The individual event prices are below.

Here’s how it will work.

Day One: Opening Toast and Perfect Pairings
Friday, March 10, 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Halloran Center

Vintage901’s Grand Sommelier, Laurie Foster, will give an opening toast before a three-course dinner from Restaurant Iris. Music by international jazz star Monty Alexander. Tickets for this evening are $225.

Day Two: Grand Tasting
Saturday, March 11, times TBA
Creative Arts Building at Tiger Lane

Enjoy wine tastings along with food demos, food trucks, and food vendors with entertainment from Atlanta salsa group Willie Ziavino and the C.O.T. Band. Tickets for this evening are $87.50.

Day Three: Sparkling Brunch
Sunday, March 12, noon – 2 p.m.
FedEx Center at Shelby Farms or Belle: A Southern Bistro

The closing event for Vintage901 is a brunch, and you can pick from one of two locations. Stax Academy jazz instructor Steven Lee and band will be at the FedEx Center out east at Shelby Farms and pop and soul artist Nick Black will be downtown at Belle: A Southern Bistro. Tickets for this day are $87.50.

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If you want to attend so you can enjoy all the tasty food, vintage wines, and good music, go ahead and get your tickets here. They have payment plans.

You can keep up with Vintage901 on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, their newsletter, or their website.


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Vintage901 Festival
March 10-12, 2017

Author: Holly Whitfield

I write about what’s going on with Memphis music, food, arts, events, sports, people, and culture. Memphians love Elvis and barbeque with a passion that must be seen to be believed, but there is so much more to this place.

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