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Tickets for all six 2018 festival events, which all take place in April, are now on sale, according to a release from the Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival. The organization invites all to buy tickets and “start planning your festival experience, or score the perfect last-minute Christmas present for someone special.”

Festival events and details are as follows:

TACOS + TEQUILA:

Thursday, April 5

Presented by Encore Live, this brand-new event features eight chefs and eight beverage vendors heating things up.

MAIN EVENT:

Friday, April 6

Unleash your appetite at the festival’s signature event.

DESSERTS AFTER DARK:

Friday, April 6

Join us at Firestone & Robertson’s new Whiskey Ranch development and end the night on a sweet note.

RISE + DINE:

Saturday, April 7

Saturday brunch gets the FWFWF treatment, with dozens of dishes plus a generous selection of craft beer, specialty wines and spirits.

BURGERS, BREWS + BLUES:

Saturday, April 7

Celebrating a trio of all-American classics – sliders, craft beer and blues – at this rockin’ party along the Trinity River.

PITMASTERS PICNIC:

Sunday, April 8

Our Pitmasters Picnic will highlight tastings from 18 Texas barbecue rock stars, paired with Texas craft beers, wines and spirits.

http://fortworthfoodandwinefestival.com/


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