What is the Hudson Wine Festival
Presented by Connecting For A Cause, the sixth annual Hudson Wine Festival will take place July 19 & 20, 2013 and will benefit animal welfare in Northeast Ohio.
Held under tents along Village Way in the First & Main shopping district, the Hudson Wine Festival will showcase over 150 wines from local, national and international producers as well as select craft beers and spirits. Guests will also enjoy musical entertainment, delectable foods, seminars, a variety of local artists and raffles throughout the weekend.
Exhibitors will be located throughout the event site and will offer a variety of products and services that are animal, wine and community oriented. In addition, adoptable animals from local rescue groups will be on site throughout the event.
The Hudson Wine Festival has raised over $75,000 for animal welfare since its inception in 2008 and attracts over 7,500 people annually.
Purpose of the Hudson Wine Festival
The purpose of the Hudson Wine Festival is to increase awareness and support for animal welfare organizations in Summit County and the surrounding area as they work tirelessly to care for and find “fur-ever” homes for the many animals that have become victims of cruelty and abandonment.
$22 General Admission in advance / $27 at the door – includes glass and 10 taste tickets
$32 Weekend Pass – General Admission / $37 at the door – includes glass and 10 taste tickets per day
$10 designated driver tickets available on site only – Includes 2 soft drink / water tickets
Guests under the age of 20 are admitted free with a paid admission
Additional tastings are $1 each and available with taste tickets purchased on site only. Full pour beer, wine and spirit options range from $4 to $6 and are available with taste tickets only.