Jazz, Craft Beer, and Wine Highlight This Weekend’s Garden Gate Festival

The Garden Gate Jazz, Art, Wine, & Craft Beer Festival takes place this weekend on Saturday, April 27, 2019, at Market Street Park in Huntingburg. Highlights include art vendors, food trucks, beer, and wine samples, and two stages of live music from 12:00 – 7:00 pm ET.

Artisans, crafters, handmade goods, face painting, and more comprise the art market. Dining options include Gypsy Moon Nosh Wagon, Market Street Soup & Salad, Old School Café, The Dog Haus, The Pizza Revolution, and SARG Desserts.

“We have always made sure that the Garden Gate Festival offers a little of something for everyone! We have a variety of food options from chicken nachos, wood-fire pizza, gourmet hot dogs, to desserts,” says Huntingburg Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Sara Schroeder. “We are excited to be in the new Market Street Park and again offer one of the lowest-priced festivals around.”

Two admission bracelets are available for purchase: General Admission, $5, is available to those 18 years and over. The Sampling Admission, for those 21 and over, costs $15 and includes entry, wine, and craft beer samples, and a commemorative glass. Guests 18 and under are admitted free.

Best Vineyards, Blue Heron, Ertel Cellars, Cedar Creek, Madison County, Monkey Hollow, Patoka Lake, Pepper’s Ridge, and Windy Knoll wineries, along with Basket Case Brewery, Dubois County Suds Club, Salt Creek Brewery, Schnitz Brewery, and St. Benedict’s Brew Works, will offer samples until 7:00 pm.

Entertainment Schedule:

  • 12:00 – Olney Central College
  • 1:00 – Poco Loco
  • 2:30 – Bokeh Big Band
  • 4:00 – Monte Skelton
  • 5:30 – Cathy Morris Band

The main gate on 307 E. 4th St. serves as a drop-off location with on-street parking available throughout downtown.

Pets, coolers, tents, and large umbrellas are prohibited.

For information, visit GardenGateFestival.com, or call the Huntingburg Chamber of Commerce at (812) 683-5699.

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