Culver City Centennial Food and Wine Festival

18 Jun 2017 Will I see you July 2 at the Culver City Centennial Westside Food & Wine Festival?

How are you celebrating the weekend before July 4th?

Come to Culver City on July 2 and celebrate the 100th birthday with Wine, Music, Food and Friends!

*Enjoy 15-20 Great Restaurants/Food Vendors and 15-20 Wine/Spirit and Craft Beer Vendors including many from Youngs Market, Martian Winery, Plough Family Winery, Obvious Wines, Boisset Winery, Spa Girl Vodka, Rock and Roll Tequila and more. Plus the Naked Juice Truck and plenty of Harmless Coconut Water.

*Event is Indoor & Outside on the adjacent patio and back parking lot. Culver City/Celebrity Chefs including Kimmy Tang (Owner of many past restaurants including 9021PHO). Free chair massages by fantastic massage therapist Jason Chase for VIP ticket holders along with early entry and some giveaways.

*Ambiance Music by DJ Gabe of Culver City and Live Guitar by Kevin G as well as other entertainment including Yelp’s Photo Booth, Fantastic Paul-professional strolling magic from America’s Got Talent and a fortune telling psychic. Come meet the Top Wolverine/Logan character look-a-like for photos.

CLICK HERE TO BUY YOUR TICKET!

This event is the only approved Centennial Food & Wine Festival.

Not only will you have a GREAT time you will be supporting these THREE Wonderful Projects:

Meals on Wheels Culver/Palms

The Culver City Backpacks for Kids Program

And proceeds from the Silent Auction will help benefit musician Rick Joswick

Sponsors include the LA Kings, Trader Joes Culver City, Costco Culver City, Naked Juice, Spa Girl Vodka cocktails, Rock & Roll Tequila, Cava Culver City, Courtyard by Marriott LA Westside (Culver City), The Studio MDR, Sol Cucina, Govino Wine Glassware, Tea Riot.

Local restaurants participating include Hanjip, Pitfire Pizza, Mayura Indian, LA Gastronomy, Public School, Wildcraft, Panini Kabob Grill- formally the Panini Cafe, Fresh Brothers Pizza, Luciano Italiano Cuccina, Marriott Hotel, Cava, Naked Juice, Harmless Coconut Water, Le Pain Quotidien, Smitten Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream, Ococoa Chocolates and more coming.

CLICK HERE TO BUY YOUR TICKET!

Culver City Centennial Food and Wine FestivalFAQs

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

21

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

There is hotel parking for $6 with validation until it fills up. Also street parking. Uber and Lyft are encouraged to take to avoid any parking issues as well as drinking and driving.

What can I bring into the event?

No outside food or drinks can be brought in. No kids or pets.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

At www.swingentertainment.com

What’s the refund policy?

All sales are final

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes but you must submit via email through my website who you are transferring the ticket to

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes if you provide that same information ahead of time

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