Three cheers for the Grand Rapids International Wine, Beer and Food Festival! This highly-anticipated event has been named as one of a dozen ‘Best Fall Wine Festivals in North America You Don’t Want to Miss’ by Forbes travel writer Sandra MacGregor. Learn more about the festival and why it should be added to your list of priority fall activities this year.
Grand Rapids International Wine, Beer and Food Festival
Devos Place Convention Center | 303 Monroe Ave NW
Thursday, November 21 | 6P – 9P
Friday, November 22 | 4P – 10P
Saturday, November 23 | 2P – 10P
Guests who attend the festival will have the opportunity to sample over 1500 wines, beers, ciders and spirits from around the world. Multi-course dinner pairings and live music are just a few elements that make this event an experience to remember.
In the Forbes article, MacGregor cites the fact that Michigan has been “gaining acclaim as a wine region worth watching.” She goes on to encourage readers to attend “see what yourself what the buzz is about.”
Tickets start at just $15, along with a $40 for a three-day pass option. For more event information, be sure to visit ShowSpan.com.
The Grand Rapids International Wine, Beer and Food Festival provides a great opportunity for both locals and visitors to learn more about what the city has to to offer. Not to mention being able to fully experience food and beverage cultures around the world. This exciting event is worthy of the recognition the price of admission. We can’t wait to see you there!