This is the 9th year for this festival, but it is the first time we will be pre-selling tickets! When you arrive at the festival, you will go to our “Will Call” line to check in. We will check your ID and issue you your tasting glass, tasting tickets, and festival guide.
Purchase tickets here.
Join us for a wonderful afternoon of wine tasting and art! Featuring 20 wineries, a tremendous viewing of artists and their works from around Texas, and, of course, delectable foods.
Wine tasting is from 12-5 on Saturday, March 25 and 12-4 on Sunday, March 26
We will host three food trucks this year, “Hecho en Queso“, “Fire Street Pizza“: and our residential taco truck, “Sylvia’s Tacos”. We will have vendors selling cheese, salsas, desserts and all sorts of goodies. You’ll also find food at restaurants throughout town. For a list, check out www.salado.com
Will the wine be for sale? YES, bring money! We take cash, AMEX, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. We do not accept checks at the festival.
For lists of artists and vendors, schedule of activities and more, check out www.saladowinefest.com and our facebook event page.
Are children allowed?
Yes! There will be plenty of walking, so strollers for young’uns is advised.
Can I bring my dog?
Sure! Please keep the dogs on a leash though. Last year we had a parrot as well. No cats though – Winery Cat, our resident feline, would get jealous.
What’s the refund policy?
Tickets are refundable up to 24 hours before event. Email the organizer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
It is free and open for anyone to walk around the festival. You must be 21 to taste wine and you MUST show a valid ID. If you buy tickets online and then show up with no ID to prove you’re 21, we will not provide a tasting glass or tickets. Please remember your ID!