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The Las Olas Wine & Food Festival returns to Las Olas on Friday, April 20, 2018. More than 2,000 attendees will come together to enjoy food from some of the
The Las Olas Wine & Food Festival returns to Las Olas on Friday, April 20, 2018. More than 2,000 attendees will come together to enjoy food from some of the top chefs of South Florida while raising money for the American Lung Association. Guests will sip, sample, and enjoy dishes from 50+ of South Florida’s finest restaurants and more then 40 wineries, spirits brands, and breweries. This year will be one for the ages as Las Olas Wine & Food Festival gets a brand new look and is infused with more fun and excitement.
Tickets are priced between $110-$150. When you use code SAVE15, you will save 15%.
Please note that you’ll get the best deal if you buy your tickets before March 1.
The 23rd Annual Las Olas Wine & Food Festival is brought to you by Breakthru Beverage, William Hill Winery, New Amsterdam, and Woodford Reserve.
Year Around Event (2018)
Las Olas Blvd.
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