The fourth annual Food & Spirits Festival returns to the Lancaster County Convention Center on Sunday, showcasing a wide variety of local restaurants, food vendors, vineyards, microbreweries, distilleries, retailers and more. You’ll even find a certain regional entertainment magazine (hey, that’s us!) there with a booth offering a chance to win some prizes pretty sweet prizes, including an iPad mini!
Attendees will have the chance to taste foods; sample wines, beers and specialty distilled spirits; enjoy the sultry sounds of Amy Banks performing live; and get inspired by cooking demos by none other than celebrity chef Robert Irvine.
Tickets are limited to just 2,000, so if you don’t have yours yet, you should jump on it. Tickets to the 21+ event are $60 at the door, but if you order online by 11 p.m. on Saturday, you can still take advantage of an advance $45 ticket. Admission includes complimentary tastings at the participants’ booths, a commemorative wine sampling glass and free parking in the Central Parking Garage.