Expand your taste buds at one of the area's best wine and food events!
Food, Wine, and All That Jazz
Coming October 28th to the Grand Rapids Public Museum
After a two-year hiatus, the premiere wine-tasting event of the Fall, Food, Wine, and All That Jazz, returns to the Grand Rapids Public Museum on Friday, October 28th from 7:30 to 10 pm. Presented by WGVU Public Media and D&W Fresh Market.
Whether you’re a music lover, wine aficionado, or simply looking for a night of exceptional entertainment at an exceptionally affordable price, Food, Wine, and All That Jazz is for you!
Explore over 400 samples of domestic wines and beers, as well as gourmet food selections - all while supporting WGVU 88.5/95.3 FM, where Jazz and Blues thrive.
You must be 21 or older to attend. Tickets are available now for just $75! Call 616-331-6666 or click the button below to secure yours.
WGVU Member discount available.
WGVU Public Media
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