Las Olas Wine & Food Festival Returns for 27th Anniversary

The Las Olas Wine and Food Festival (LOWFF) will celebrate its 27th anniversary on Friday, April 21. As one of Fort Lauderdale’s most extensive wine and food festivals, the event will transform Las Olas Boulevard and offer guests the opportunity to sip, sample and enjoy dishes from 40 of South Florida’s finest restaurants and more than 150 domestic and international wineries, spirits brands and breweries. Guests can also enjoy live music, DJs, dancing and interactive experiences.

“This event is a staple of Fort Lauderdale, and we cannot wait to celebrate our vibrant and diverse culinary community,” Bob Pallay says, Director of Food & Beverage with the Riverside Hotel. “And more importantly, this event raises money to support the Lung Association at a time when lung health is more important than ever.”

Money raised at the Las Olas Wine & Food Festival will fund the American Lung Association’s efforts to defeat lung cancer, improve air quality, reduce the burden of lung disease on individuals and their families, and eliminate tobacco use and tobacco-related diseases.

“Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits is honored to be a part of the Las Olas Wine and Food Festival in 2023 and values the partnership we’ve established with the Lung Association throughout the years,” Riley Burke says, Senior Director of Trade Development with Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits. “With our amazing wineries and spirits partners, we are able to contribute to this spectacular consumer experience and bring the community together for one memorable night.”

The Las Olas Wine and Food Festival will occur from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Friday, April 21. General admission tickets are $150. Guests looking for additional interactive entertainment can purchase a VIP ticket for the VIP Kick-Off Party hosted by FPL and Amerant. The VIP Ticket is an additional $50 add-on to general admission and must be purchased with a LOWFF general admission ticket.

To learn more and purchase tickets, visit LasOlasWFF.com

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