Say goodbye to robust reds and hello to rosé all day as the Tilted Earth Wine and Music Festival returns to Cottonwood for its third year. The wine-and-music festival kicks off today, Friday, June 17, and runs through tomorrow, Saturday, June 18.
The two-day event will feature several Arizona wineries and street eats from around the Valley, in addition to a music lineup of acoustic and rock performers.
Wineries will be on hand each day to discuss their creations and keep the vino flowing throughout the evening. Here is the full list of those attending:
Burning Tree Cellars
Fire Mountain Wine Co.
Grand Canyon Wine Co.
Oak Creek Vineyards
Page Springs Cellars
Painted Lady Vineyards
Pillsbury Wine Co.
The festival will also feature craft brews from Four Peaks Brewing Company and That Brewery. And for those who prefer a fresh cocktail, look for the wine mixology tent.
The festival will also include music from acts such as Jamie n Commons, Taj Mahal, and seven-piece headliner Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds, who’ve headlined big-time indie-music fests like Bonnaroo and Austin City Limits.
Tickets cost $58 at the gate and include an eco-friendly Govino wine glass with five free wine tastings. VIP tickets cost $200 at the gate and include free parking, luxury tent seating, wine, food, and band meet-and greet.
Tilted Earth Wine and Music Festival runs from 5 p.m. to midnight today and tomorrow, with complimentary shuttles to Cottonwood and Sedona. Festival-goers can also choose the glamping experience or park their RV and tents on Riverfront Park, which is being offered at the event for the first time this year.
For more information about the event, visit the Tilted Earth Wine Festival website.
Editor's Note: This post has been changed from its original version to include Painted Lady Vineyards
and Pillsbury Wine Co. in the list of participating wineries.
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