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Last modified on March 14th, 2019 at 12:04 pm
Northern Arizona’s Verde Valley Wine Festival is pouring in Clarkdale, Arizona once again from noon – 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 11.
In its fourth year, Four Eight Wineworks and the non-profit organization The Clarkdale Foundation are covering all its bases by bringing in plenty of food and breweries to the festival, too.
The festival is one of Arizona’s premier local wine, food, and music festival, and has even caught the attention of Vogue Magazine, saying that “Arizona might bring to mind cacti, tumbleweeds and sandstorms, but the elevation and arid climate of Arizona’s Verde Valley are surprisingly grape-friendly”
General Admission is $35 per person, but will be increase to $45 on the day of the festival. These tickets get you a wine glass, eight tastings, food samples, and all the music, art, and fun you can handle.
Another option is the VIP Admission, which is $125 a ticket. These tickets will get you in an hour early at 11 a.m. and come with a swag bag, access to VIP Lounge, exclusive food and wine sampling, and libation tickets.
For the tunes, Erik Teichmann, Solomon Trio, and What’s The Big Idea will be performing throughout the day.
The Historic Downtown Clarkdale Town Complex is located at 39 N. Ninth St., Clarkdale, AZ 86324. For more Verde Valley Wine Festival information, call (928) 649-8893 or visit verdevalleywinefestival.com.