October 2, 2020
Over the course of several days each year, Greenwich’s Roger Sherman Baldwin Park sets the stage for the Greenwich Wine + Food Festival – an immersive experience in the culinary arts, wine, and music, hosted by Serendipity, a luxury lifestyle magazine regionally targeted to Fairfield and Westchester Counties. The Festival gathers professional chefs, TV personalities, and leaders in the restaurant and beverage industries, who entertain, inform, and treat attendees during panel discussions, culinary demonstrations, book signings, and tastings.
The Greenwich Wine + Food Festival is also marked by its annual concert series, with performances by hit-making artists and bands across musical genres. Past Festival headliners have included Little Big Town, Tim McGraw, Ziggy Marley, Train, and others.
Companion events hosted by the Festival include a Greenwich Wine + Food (GWF) Golf Classic and the annual Greenwich Wine + Food 5K Fun Run. An event for the whole family – with food trucks and prizes – the GWF Fun Run is open to runners and walkers of varying experience levels.
The Festival benefits a number of charitable organizations each year, including Food Rescue US, the Greenwich Parks & Recreation Foundation, and the Greenwich Hospital Foundation.
COMPASS is an annual sponsor of the Greenwich Wine + Food Festival.
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