Tickets on sale for Cambria's Art & Wine Festival

ktanner@thetribunenews.comJanuary 18, 2013 

Tickets are selling fast for the Art & Wine Festival coming up Jan. 25-27 at various Cambria locations.

Sponsored by the Cambria Chamber of Commerce, the 11th annual event brings together visitors, residents, artists, winemakers, restaurateurs and shopkeepers.

Tickets are available for $25 for the “Main Event,” including wine tasting from more than 30 area wineries, food sampling and more at the Veterans Memorial Building and Joslyn Center in West Village and the Cambria Historical Museum at Burton Drive and Center Street in East Village.

A few “Party Package” tickets are still available for $80. They include access to the Main Event and unreserved seats at the “Kick Off Party” on Friday night.

The $95 tickets that include reserved seats at the Kick Off Party are sold out.

There’ll also be art demonstrations, wine tastings, special sales and other promotions throughout town. Visiting participating locations earns ticket holders the chance to win raffle prizes.

Satellite events on Jan. 26 includes Festa Italiana at Harmony Cellars; an art and wine dinner presented by Linn’s restaurant and Hearst Ranch Winery; a wine and cheese pairing at Fermentations; and a “Make Your Own Label Party” at Moonstone Cellars.

The festival’s “Artist’s Faire” on Jan. 27 at the Veterans Memorial Building includes wine tasting and art demonstrations. Admission to that event is included with Main Event tickets, or available separately for $10. A barbecue lunch will be available for purchase.

Tickets are available at the chamber office, 767 Main St. Call 927-3624 for details. For details, go to

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