Summer Isn't Over Yet, Thanks to a Rose Festival in Texas This October
Hosted by Rosé All Day wine, which launched this past spring, the Rosé All Day Music & Wine Festival will take place on Sunday, October 29. Aside from, of course, plenty of rosé, you can drink offerings from Effen Vodka, Makers Mark, and Hornitos Tequila; food that will pair perfectly with any drink you choose; and music from artists like Petty Theft, DJ Blake Ward, A Hard Night’s Day, and more.
Tickets range from $40 for general admission to a starting price of $95 for a VIP ticket, although if you really want to go all out, and since the event is in October, it’s a part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and proceeds will go to the Alliance in Reconstructive Surgery. If you’re in the Dallas area, head to this festival, and if you’re not — but you just really love rosé — consider making a pilgrimage to this event, so that summer can continue forever.
Photo via Rosé All Day on Facebook
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