The 6th Annual 30A Wine Festival returns to the beautiful surroundings of Alys Beach March 9-12, 2017. The four-day festival is a showcase of premiere wine producers and local culinary favorites.
This year, Grammy award-winning, multi-instrumentalist Sam Bush is headlining Beer Bouron & Butts on Saturday night. Alternately known as the King of Telluride and the King of Newgrass, Bush has been honored by the Americana Music Association and the International Bluegrass Music Association. Tickets available for weekend pass or individual events.
30A Wine Festival includes four days filled with wine and food throughout Alys Beach such as Wine Dinners, Beer Bourbon & Butts kickoff party, Wine Seminars, Grand Tastings, and Croquet brunch. Read more about weekend festival events and get tickets at www.30awinefestival.com
Thu Mar 9 Wine Dinner at Caliza Restaurant 6-9pm SOLD OUT
Fri Mar 10 Sip 'n Slide into Bourbon Beer & Butts. Fire Pit Park. 4:30-5:30pm
Fri Mar 10 Bourbon Beer & Butts. Kelly Green. 6-9pm Featuring Sam Bush!
Sat Mar 11 30A Wine Festival Seminars. Fire Pit Park. 1-3:30pm
Sat Mar 11 30A Wine Festival Grand Tasting. South Charles Street. 3:30-7pm
Sun Mar 12 Rosé & Croquet. Kelly Green. 11:30am-3pm
The 30A Wine Festival at Alys Beach is a beloved event in South Walton, hosted by Alys Foundation, and benefiting Children's Volunteer Health Network, an outstanding local organization providing medical and dental services to local children. Visit 30A Wine Festival online to purchase tickets and to review a complete listing of featured wineries, spirits, breweries, and festival events.
One of the most beautiful new towns in the world, Alys Beach is located on Scenic Highway 30A in Florida’s panhandle, along what The New York Times said “may be the best beach in the continental U.S.” The resort town’s extraordinary architectural vision drew inspirations from both Bermuda and the family courtyard homes of Antigua, Guatemala. A walk through Alys Beach takes you from the white sands of the beach, through an active town center of shops, restaurants, and outdoor cafes, down streets of elegant courtyard homes, and all the way to a nature preserve of wildflowers and towering pine trees.