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11th Annual Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival Returns
Jon McLaughlin, Jennie DeVoe and NeedToBreathe to Perform Saturday, June 5th
June 01, 2010Jon McLaughlin, Jennie DeVoe, NeedToBreathe will entertain at 11th Vintage Indiana Wine & Food Festival Saturday, June 5
Musicians Jon McLaughlin, Jennie DeVoe and NeedToBreathe will entertain at the 11th annual Vintage Indiana Wine & Food Festival. The popular outdoor fest is slated for Saturday, June 5, 11 am to 7 pm at Military Park in Downtown Indianapolis.
Over 10,000 wine, food and music aficionados are expected to attend this family-friendly event. Advance sale tickets are available now at Marsh Supermarkets throughout the state and on-line at www.vintageindiana.com.
Tickets are $22 for adults (age 21 and over) in advance; $25 at the gate. Designated drivers can attend the festival for only $10 – and receive free Pepsi products all day long! Tickets are $5 for youths (ages 6-20), and children 5 and under are free.
Wine sampling from over two-dozen Indiana wineries and all entertainment, including the concerts, are covered in the ticket price. Food selections and wine by the glass or bottle are not included in the admission. A wide variety of cuisine from several of the state's top eateries will be available for purchase at the event.
Festival-goers also will enjoy an eclectic collection of arts & crafts booths, the interactive KidZone presented by Indy's Child, and mouth-watering cooking demos from the Wine & Food Experience Pavilion stage sponsored by the Indiana State Poultry Association and Clark's Appliance.
For advance sale tickets to the festival or for more information, log on at www.vintageindiana.com.
The 11th annual Vintage Indiana Wine & Food Festival is presented by the Indiana Wine Grape Council. Event sponsors include Marsh Supermarkets, Pepsi, the American Dairy Association of Indiana, WISH-TV/8, MyNDY-TV/23, NUVO Newsweekly, WTTS 92.3 FM, and Indy's Child.
Proceeds from Vintage Indiana benefit the Indiana Wine Grape Council, a not-for-profit organization that furthers the development of Indiana's wine industry from its headquarters at Purdue University. Forty-six wineries operate within the Hoosier state, whose wine industry dates all the way back to 1802.