Call up your friends and make your plans, because it’s almost time for the 17! This waterfront festival will feature vino and other drinks from all across the globe, and the variety of varietals will pair wonderfully with live music and delicious dishes. th Annual Wine on the River Nashville
When and Where
Wine on the River Nashville will occur on Saturday, September 7 at Riverfront Park. The event begins at 3 in the afternoon and wraps at 7 that evening. Tickets start at $25 for non-drinking and designated driver guests, $59 for general admission, and $85 for the VIP experience. With entry, your ticket price will also include beverage samples and a souvenir tasting glass. You can order your tickets through
Eventbrite. Understandably, this event is for guests 21 years old and up. Wine and Dine
The event will take you around the world as you sample wine, beer, and other libations from various nations and regions. Every sip can tell you something bout where the wine originated, as each region has its own distinct characteristics. In time, you may be able to discern each wine’s unique
terroir, the specific factors of the land that influence the wine’s quality and flavor.
If you’d prefer to pair your wine with a meal, you can patron some of the wonderful food vendors in attendance. This year’s dining options come courtesy of Daddy’s Dogs, Chicken Salad Chick, 4
th and Peabody, Southern Spoon, Trattoria Il Mulino, Smackers, Tom + Chee, 40 Below Joe, and Ruth’s Chris Steak House. There will be menus specifically designed for the event. Other vendors at the event include Edelweiss Boutique, Sunshine Beverages, My Second Home Pet Resort, and the Southern Wave Coastal Boutique. Music in the Music City
This year, the stage will host the San Rafael Trio and The Aquaducks, both of Nashville. The Latin Jazz trio lead by accomplished artist Rafael Vasquez has performed at high profile events like the Taste of Music City and the Franklin Jazz Festival. They’ve shared the bill with names like Kevin Eubanks and Michael McDonald. The Aquaducks will keep the mood lively with their soulful funk, and you might recognize a few of their tunes from local radio. Their song “What’s Goodington” was even used for the movie trailer of 2016’s
Baked in Brooklyn. Fans of high energy funk like James Brown or the catchy jams of Earth Wind & Fire will not be disappointed. You might also like: Paddle Up Nashville Nashville Toyota North
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