WineFest is back for its 21st year in Long Beach, California.

We are excited to announce that we are coming back to Long Beach in 2021 with our new event LA WineFest. We look forward to welcoming you back to a big celebration of all things wine and good times.

LawineFest, Long Beach’s first and only wine festival, is returning for its 21st year on Friday, May 4, 2019. This year we are planning to expand our event to three days and add a flagship lounge with a full bar. On the third day of the festival, we will host a keynote speaker, tastings of some of the world’s most exclusive wines and the winemaker of the year.

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The event, dedicated to wine, takes place on the 2nd and 3rd. October already for the 15th time. Harry Bride Memorial Park.

LONG BEACH, CA, – 3. June 2021 – LAWineFest returns on June 2 and 3. Back in October in Long Beach with a new passion for wine at the Harry Bridges Memorial Park, next to the Queen Mary.

In a new, larger space in Long Beach, LAWineFest offers award-winning wines from around the world, craft beers and more. LAWineFest returns to its mission of creating a relaxed space where fun, discovery and wine education are balanced with artisan shops, live music, great food trucks and more. Long Beach is an ideal central location for the 15th annual LAWineFest. Nearby iconic destinations like the Pacific Aquarium, Shoreline Village and Rainbow Lagoon make it easy to plan a fun weekend to experience all that Long Beach has to offer. For a list of wineries, breweries and boutiques, visit LAWineFest.com/2021-participants.

Long Beach has given us a great welcome for 2019, and we are excited to bring LAWineFest back to the harbor. We weren’t able to celebrate the festival’s 15th anniversary in 2020, so this year we’re really taking it a step further and offering our attendees the chance to discover new wineries, breweries and more while enjoying all that Long Beach has to offer, said Sherr Lillico, LAWineFest Director and CEO. We are also very happy with the sponsors we already have, including Los Angeles Magazine, Wine Chips, Nestlé, Welk Luxury Resorts and Hotel Maya. Your support is very important to all LAWineFest participants and helps us support charities.

After hours of eating, tasting and walking, take a break and enjoy lobster rolls, sausages, sliders, barbecue, ice cream and much more from the many food trucks and booths for sale. There are also unique stalls with all kinds of wine accessories, cheese, olive oil, jewelry, clothing and much more. After the festival, participants are encouraged to visit the city’s award-winning restaurants and shops.

Admission to LAWineFest includes a souvenir wine mug, unlimited wine and craft beer tastings, bottled water, coffee and other samples. The wine festival lasts from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Paid parking will be available. The use of carpooling, carsharing and public transport is strongly encouraged.

Discounted tickets are already available at www.lawinefest.com. Tickets at the door are available while supplies last:

  • Communal entrance (at the door) : $100
    • Includes admission to the festival, a commemorative glass, unlimited* wine and craft beer tasting, water, coffee and the entire festival experience.
  • Full access (at the door) : $125
    • Offers everything GA, plus wine tastings from more than a dozen boutique wineries that produce less than 2,500 cases of wine a year. Therefore, there are only 400 All Access tickets available per day, so they must be purchased in advance. Only on Saturday you can also come to the festival an hour earlier (at 13.00). There is no early access on Sundays.
  • Drivers are invited to join their friends and enjoy all the amenities of the day for only $20 (alcohol tasting not included).

The legal part:

  • You must be over 21 years of age to enter the grounds. (Sorry, no babies either – ABC rules).
  • Absolutely no pets – certified assistance animals are allowed.
  • Wineries and breweries reserve the right to limit consumption.

For more information or to purchase tickets at presale prices, visit LAWineFest.com and follow @LAWineFest on Instagram.

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L.A. Wine Fest is coming to Long Beach in 2021! L.A. Wine Fest is a wine lover’s dream. Join some of the best winemakers in Southern California for an evening of wine tasting. Tickets to the event are $60 annually and go on sale on February 1, 2019.. Read more about fest wine co and let us know what you think.

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