While everyone enjoys a good food and wine festival, and I'm sure we've all been to one too many, BUT have you ever been to any that have taken place by the sea? Yeah, me neither. Luckily, the Beachside Food & Wine Festival is coming to Christies Beach on Saturday April 2 to change that.
With proceedings kicking off at 12pm and finishing at 10pm, there's an entire day to take in the huge range of food, wine and beer on offer, as well as appreciating the great location at the end of Beach Road. A variety of stalls will also be available, with live demonstrations and entertainment set to mix things up too.
The day-long festival, which is being run by the City of Onkaparinga, has a bargain entry price of a gold coin per person. Celebrity appearances are also planned for the event, but the details are yet to be announced.
If you'd like to be a volunteer, performer or site holder at the event, you can contact the City of Onkaparinga to apply.
What: Beachside Food & Wine Festival
When: Saturday April 2, 12pm - 10pm
Where: Beach Road, Christies Beach
Price: Gold coin
Header image via onbeachroad.com.au
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