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2014 Scottsdale Culinary Festival Tickets on Sale Now; Discounts Available Through December 24

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Yes, you read that right. Tickets to selected events of the 2014 Scottsdale Culinary Festival, which will run from April 8 through 13, are on sale now with some discounts available through December 24.

See also: Devoured Food + Wine Classic 2014: Tickets on Sale December 1; Introducing VIP Ticketing

Tickets to six of the festival's most popular annual events are available for purchase online. Those events are:

  • Opening Night Affair on Tuesday, April 8
  • Bubbles and Bliss on Thursday, April 10
  • Burger Battle on Thursday, April 10
  • Eat, Drink and Be Pretty on Friday, April 11
  • Great Arizona Picnic on Saturday, April 12 and Sunday, April 13
  • Wine Country Brunch on Sunday, April 13

This will be the first year the festival includes the Opening Night Affair, which will be a "Hollywood glam" event held at the Casablanca Lounge in Scottsdale. Tickets to the Great Arizona Picnic, the festival's signature event, will be half-priced ($5) now through the day before Christmas. Bubbles and Bliss; Eat, Drink and Be Pretty; and Wine Country Brunch tickets will be $60 through January 1, regularly $75.

For more information or to purchase your tickets visit the Scottsdale Culinary Festival website.

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