Westlake, OH (July 11, 2019): Crocker Park has released details for their annual Wine Festival taking place Friday, September 13 from 4pm-10pm and Saturday, September 14 from 2pm-10pm, with proceeds benefitting University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital. The two-day event will host various wine growers, makers, and vendors as well as craft beer and spirits, live music and a social vibe making it the ideal end of summer event.
“We are thrilled to bring back the wine festival for its ninth year at Crocker Park,” says Stacie Schmidt, Vice President of Marketing for Stark Enterprises. “The wonderful event atmosphere coupled with supporting the great mission of our local partner, UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, is one we are extremely proud of. We invite all to come and enjoy this festival in the beautiful Crocker Park!”
The Wine Festival will be held on Crocker Park’s Main Street with over 150 local, national, and international wine producers to meet, taste and enjoy. Also included in the event, more than 30 select craft beers and spirits, live music, and vendors. Guests can sip and sample on-site while being educated on the various wines straight from the company’s representative as well as enjoy delicious food from local restaurants.
Festival tickets are on sale now through July 31 for $25, August 1 through September 12 for $30 and $35 at the door. Attendees looking to enjoy both days of the festival can purchase weekend passes for $40 through July 31, $50 from August 1 through September 12 and $60 at the door. All tickets include ten tastings and a souvenir wine glass for each day attended. Ticket proceeds from this event will be benefitting University Hospital Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, the leading pediatric facility in Northeast Ohio.
Crocker Park’s Wine Festival is made possible by the following event sponsors; Market District, Goose Island, The Lash Lounge and Cleveland Magazine. Tickets are available online at www.crockerparkwinefestival.com and at Crocker Park’s Guest Services kiosk. For more information on the event and all other events at Crocker Park, visit www.crockerpark.com.