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UNWineD | Premier + Popular Culinary Festival Returns June 4-5

June 4 & 5th, 2021
Aaron Bessant Park | Panama City Beach

UNWineD is back and better than ever! One of the top foodie events of the season, this Panama City Beach festival offers two days of extraordinary food, drinks, and music designed to help you unwind. On Friday June 4th, enjoy the premier kick-off party presented by Southern Living with food from Top Chef Kelsey Barnard Clark. Gather on Saturday from 1-4:30PM for the Grand Afternoon Tasting featuring a special sampling of craft beer, spirits, and wine paired with food from local eateries. Then, Seattle-based guitar rocker Ayron Jones takes the stage at 3PM for a concert in the park.

A portion of proceeds goes to the United Way of Northwest Florida and World Central Kitchen charities. Tickets are limited to this popular event, make plans to attend today!


Friday Night Kickoff Party Hosted by Southern Living Magazine

An elegant garden party presented by Southern Living! This exclusive, VIP event includes delicious bites from Top Chef winner and “Gulf Southerner” Kelsey Barnard Clark. VIP tickets are $175 per person and include entry into Saturday’s event. Only 250 VIP tickets are available, and ticket holders must be 21 and over.

Saturday Grand Afternoon Tasting

The Grand Afternoon Tasting takes place on Saturday from 1:00-4:30 p.m., offering guests the opportunity to savor craft beer, spirits, and wine along with food pairings from favorite local eateries. Visitors are encouraged to bring their own blankets and chairs to set up in the park. Tickets to the Grand Afternoon Tasting are $75 per person.

Saturday Concert in the Park

Bring your lawn chair and blankets! During the Grand Afternoon Tasting, there will be live entertainment by headliner Ayron Jones. Guitar rocker Ayron Jones is the new sound of Seattle in 2020. The gritty, genre-blending artist is an amalgam of the incredibly rich history of the city, from Jimi Hendrix to Nirvana to Sir Mix-A-Lot who produced Jones’ first independent record.

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