For instance, food. The festival will feature everything from lobster roll sliders to kettle corn, and all points in between. A number of booths and an entire alley of food trucks will be on hand to make sure you don't suffer from hunger pangs.
And what about something to wash that food down? Well, wine is in the title of the festival, so naturally there are more than a dozen vintages being poured. But let's say you're more of a beer person. Don't feel left out--there is a wide range of microbrewery brands to quench your thirst.
You say it's art you're looking for? Some hand-fashioned crafts you'd like to browse for? There is no shortage of fine art booths, and unique crafts on display on both days.
Oh, you're ready to rock? That's good. Because this event is famous for its music. And this year it's the Battle of the Bands. Each band is assigned a number, and festival-goers are asked to text the number of their favorite band to 82888, using keyword lafbattle and then the number of the band.
Here's the lineup this year, with the band's number:
- Dominent 7 and friends 10
- Voltones 12
- Fleetwood Mask 13
- Annie Sampson 14
- Littledog2 “Covers Cup” winner 15
- Other People’s Money 16
- East Bay Mudd 17
- Petty Theft 18
- Bob Athayde & Friends 19
- ZEBOP 20
- Spazmatics 21
- Red House All Stars “Beatles Tribute 22
- Aja Vu 23
- Sun Kings 24
- Savanah Blue 25
- Chubby’s All Stars 26
- Mersey Beach 27
- Spinout 28
- Juice 29
- Cover2Cover 30
Drink tickets can be purchased for $7 each, and a beer or wine glass is $7.
For more information, go to the website.