FALLBROOK – Bonsall Rotary and its partners are on track to put on a successful Wine, Brews & Blues Festival May 14 at White Horse Ranch, 462 White Horse Lane, Fallbrook.
This year, the Rotary Club has partnered with REINS, Di Vine Path and the Fallbrook Land Conservancy to put on the 25th annual festival after skipping two years due to COVID-19.
The festival is being brought back to Fallbrook this year and will feature Bill Magee as the lead Blues band together with Fallbrook's own Anthony Cullins, also known as "The Fallbrook Kid."
There will be 25 wineries, seven breweries and several spirits featured this year. In addition, food vendors will include Trupiano's, Pizza On Tap, Firehouse Brew and Cue, Rosa's Mexican Food, Vista Valley Country Club, Elegance on Display, Greek Chicken, Rotary Sausage Grill and Plume and Brew Coffee. More vendors are in discussions to join.
To participate, contact Karen Estes at 760-468-4244 or for wineries or breweries contact Angelique Khan-McInerny at 760-691-9881.
The event will include a Silent Auction, a vetted live auction for a pedigree Boxer, a gun raffle, great music and dancing. The fun will begin at 4 p.m. and winds down after 8 p.m. Tickets are $60, only available online and are limited. Once 300 are sold, the event will be sold out.
Submitted by Fallbrook Rotary Club.