Calling all vino lovers! Canada’s largest wine festival is back in Niagara this month and there will be music, drinks and more.
The Niagara Grape & Wine Festival has announced that it will be hosting a six-day event in September to celebrate its 70th anniversary.
The party will be taking place in St. Catharine’s historic Montebello Park on the weekends of September 16-18th and 23-25th.
You can wander through the park and enjoy over 100 Niagara VQA wines, mouth-watering local foods, and over 50 hours of live music.
Entrance to the park is free and vendors will be using a touchless and tokenless payment system for both food and beverages.
Some vendors you can expect to see are Sue-Ann Staff Estate Winery, Wayne Gretzky Estates, Trius, THE WORKS, Marble Slab Creamery and more.
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Bands like My Son The Hurricane, The Postmen, The Feverish Lemons and Soul69 will also be taking the stage throughout the festival.
On top of this, The Niagara Grape & Wine Festival has announced that they will also be hosting 30 days’ worth of programming throughout the month of September.
There will be parades, wine tasting flights, dinners and more. To view the full calendar of events you can check out their website.
Some things you don’t want to miss include the Grande Parade on September 24, which will have musicians, dancers, entertainers and floats.
Or, you can get some laughs in with Yuk Yuk’s Comedy Night at Sue-Ann Staff Estate Winery on September 16.
Looking for more to do the next time you are in the Niagara region? You can also check out Tipsy Theory’s latest ultimate guide to the best wineries you need to try before 2022 is over.
You can also view our latest article on the best restaurants in Niagara that locals just won’t stop recommending to us.