Flavors of Indian River Festival In Vero Beach

Vero Beach getting ready for the Flavors of Indian River Festival, a food and wine event.
Vero Beach getting ready for the Flavors of Indian River Festival, a food and wine event.

VERO BEACH – Get ready for food and wine at the upcoming Flavors of Indian River Festival in Vero Beach on Saturday, April 29th from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday, April 30th from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Indian River County Fairgrounds (7955 58th Ave).

It’s going to be an amazing experience with entertainment for the entire family. The indoor and outdoor pavilion will be transformed into a food and wine haven serving culinary delights from the Treasure Coast’s best eateries.

The Flavors of Indian River event will showcase the delicious cuisine of many local restaurants including Osceola Bistro along with Exclusive Country Club Chefs featuring Chef Sarah Wills from Bent Pine Golf Club while offering a fine selection of craft beer provided by The Walking Tree Brewery.

Indulge in delicious masterpieces created live and in front of you by Indian River’s Top Chefs at our cooking demonstrations presented by The Oceanside Business Association.

A Large Kids Zone with many activities, over 15 different eateries along with wine from all over the world and Cocktail spirits mixed to your liking, topped off with a fantastic line-up of Music is sure to provide a very good time for the whole family.

A portion of proceeds will benefit The Hope for Families Center, a local non-profit shelter that is home to families in need. The Hope for Families Center (HFC) provides the tools to empower its residents helping them identify and resolve their obstacles, find better jobs and ultimately move into stable living arrangements where they can become contributing members of our community.

For tickets and more information, please visit the Flavors of Indian River website.

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