Here’s a festival that’ll put your belly grumbles to rest.
SAVOR showcases the diversity of food and ingredients by bringing more than 65 of the region’s best chefs, wineries, breweries, and local restaurants together.
The artistic side of the city continues to expand throughout Tucson as it molds a unique gathering of local businesses. With so many local restaurants, breweries, and wineries popping up in the region it’s hard to keep track and taste them all, but that’s why this festival is so well supported.
In fact, it’s prone to selling out — last year’s tickets vanished days before the event.
Tickets are $79 per person and will be $85 on the day (if they’re still available). Admission includes samples from all wineries, breweries, distilleries, restaurants, and food purveyors.
Now, you’ve got to get back home after sampling a substantial amount of wine and beer, right?
Lyft will be there to help you out with free rides and discounts if you don’t already have a designated driver. First-time users can redeem up to $20 in free Lyft credits by using the code: SAACA and existing users can get home with 10 percent off by using the code: SAVOR19.
The festival will also have live music throughout the day, but the lineup has yet to be confirmed.
Tucson Botanical Gardens is located at 2150 N. Alvernon Way. For more information and to purchase your tickets, visit saaca.org.
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