We get it: times are tough. Money is tight. Time is short. You deserve a weekend of free fun.
That’s why News4JAX is partnering with the Whiskey, Wine & Wildlife Festival in Vilano Beach to give one of our Insiders and five of their friends a good time that won’t cost a dime.
All News4JAX Insiders who are at least 21 years old are eligible to enter our sweepstakes for six (6) tickets to the following events:
- Friday, Nov. 4 (6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.) – Whiskey Inspired on the Pier GP;
- Saturday, Nov. 5 (2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.) – W3 Main Event – Whiskey, Wine & Wildlife GP
A CULINARY WEEKEND LIKE NO OTHER
Whiskey, Wine & Wildlife artfully combines renowned beverage tastings and inspired cuisine from some of the South’s best chefs and local culinary superstars, with a chance to experience coastal wildlife up close, all in one weekend!
The weekend’s events will raise funds and awareness for Vilano Beach Main Street and the GTM Reserve, with the Reserve’s research and education experts on-hand Friday and Saturday, showcasing some fun, interactive programs with coastal wildlife, from sea turtles to alligators!
It’s a culinary weekend experience like no other. Expect to sip and savor great whiskey, spirits, wine, beer and culinary tastings – all oceanside with music and a relaxed Vilano Beach vibe.
ABOUT VILANO BEACH
Vilano Beach, Florida: St. Augustine’s Hidden Gem
Vilano Beach is located only 10 minutes away from historic downtown St. Augustine on Florida’s scenic A1A Byway. Vilano offers a variety of amenities from oceanfront and oceanside opportunities for beach lovers with a wide array of restaurants, hotels and activities – including fishing, surfing, boating and more.
The Vilano Beach Pier is located on the river side of the Matanzas inlet, and it’s one of the best vantage points to watch the sunset over downtown St. Augustine and will also be a focal point location for Whiskey, Wine & Wildlife’s events. Wildlife will be showcased in partnership with the nearby GTM Reserve is a national estuarine research reserve, including a $5 million environmental education facility located just 6 miles north of the Vilano Bridge with 11,000 acres of preservation land and wildlife habitat.