“Friends,” foodies and oenophiles – mark your calendars, purchase your tickets and save the date of Saturday, May 16 for the 6th Annual Friends of Jupiter Beach Food & Wine Festival, a beloved event presented this year by Harbourside Place! Join us at The Riverwalk Events Plaza from 3:00 – 5:30 p.m. for a nothing short of amazing afternoon uniting fans of FJB, conservationists and beach lovers with the movers and shakers of our local restaurant scene.
This year’s festival will feature more than 45 purveyors of your favorite – or soon to be favorite – foods, wines and other beverages. You’ll sample beloved palate pleasers from previous festivals along with inspired new entries to the local dining scene. A greater and more varied selection of sips - including non-alcoholic options - will be on hand ensuring that there’s something for everyone at this family-friendly, dog-friendly event. Our presenting sponsor, Harbourside Place, will also be in attendance, offering a sneak peak into what’s rising in Jupiter’s soon-to-be downtown.
Ticket Prices – Save $ by purchasing an “Early Bird” discount ticket. Purchase your General Admission ticket before May 15th at 5pm and pay just $40 instead of the Regular General Admission ticket price of $50 at the door.
VIP ticket holders will enjoy reserved parking access near the festival, a Whole Foods shopping bag stuff with special gifts and offers, a Food & Wine Festival wine glass and an exclusive VIP after party at one of Harbourside's new restaurants.
Child 12 & under ticket for $15.
Tickets are also available for purchase at the May 2nd beach cleanup.
Dogs – Obedient, well-behaved dogs on sturdy leashes are welcome.
Benefit - 100% of the proceeds support Friends of Jupiter Beach. Founded in 1994, Friends of Jupiter Beach (FJB) is a grassroots, volunteer-driven nonprofit community service organization that works to keep Jupiter Beach clean and dog-friendly. Since the group began recording garbage weight in 2006, it’s collected and saved more than 45,000 lbs. of garbage and recyclables from Jupiter Beach. For more information, including how to participate in our monthly beach cleanups, visit us at: www.friendsofjupiterbeach.com.