Date: Friday October 2 – Sunday, October 4, 2015
Cost: $5 General Admission / Free with donation of 4 non-perishable food items
Tasting Pavilion Tickets: (21+ year old event)
$55 All Inclusive / Presale 2 for $100
$125 3-Day Pass
$25 Designated Driver Tickets (only available day of)
Parking: Pavilion Lot - $10
Median Lot - $10
Veterans Lot - $8
Brookwood Lot - $7
Time: Friday, Gates & Marketplace open from 4:00 - 9:00 pm
Friday, Tasting Pavilion open from 5:00 - 8:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday, Gates & Marketplace open from 10:30 - 5:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday, Tasting Pavilion open from 1:00 - 4:00 pm
Location: Sonoma County Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Join us in the celebration of local food, wine and beer at the Sonoma County Harvest Fair Friday October 2- Sunday, October 4. A community tradition since 1975, this event will showcase and promote locally grown agricultural products, celebrate the region's culinary arts and provide an opportunity for patrons to taste premium wines and microbrews from the region. Home to the World Championship Grape Stomp, Harvest Fairgoers can enjoy the thrill of watching locals compete for this year's title. Enjoy a bountiful marketplace of award winning wines, learn the fundamentals of making wine and micro-beer, catch a cooking demonstration, or delight your senses by making a trip through the tasting pavilion (21+). Gate admission is $5, or free with donation of 4 non-perishable food items. Tasting pavilion tickets are $55 per person, or presale prices are 2 for $100. 3-Day passes are also available, as well as designated driver discounts the days of the event.
Sonoma County Harvest Fair is a celebration of the local harvest featuring three full days of all-inclusive wine tasting with 150+ wineries, wine sales, food pairing, craft beer & cider tasting, marketplace, chef demonstrations and workshops, the World Championship Grape Stomp and much more.
For over 39 years, attending the Harvest Fair has been a tradition for both local and out of town guests. Wine and food lovers from as far abroad as South America, India and even Australia, plan their visit to Santa Rosa each October, to sample the county’s bounty. Make plans to join us and taste the best of Sonoma County. Visit the website for schedule and event updates at www.harvestfair.org.