On Sept. 9, Christian Brothers High School will be transformed into a festival of food, fun, beer, wine and live music.
Now in its 24th year, the Wine, Beer & Food Extravaganza is a well-established Sacramento tradition that draws crowds of over 1,600 to the campus for open tastings from vintners and craft breweries – along with ample foods and desserts by area restaurants and caterers.
Setting this event apart is its festive, casual atmosphere and live bands in two venues – a beer garden and wine tasting area. New this year, guests can also enjoy a cigar along with bourbon and port tastings in the Cigar Lounge.
Not only will guests sample great food and beverages, they will sample great music too. The evening starts out with the jazz sounds of the New Originals Trio. In the Wine and Restaurant Area, the Dane Drewis Band will get the party started. And once everyone is warmed up, Mustache Harbor will perform “Yacht Rock Explosion” music in the Beer Garden that will rock this late summer evening with “sweet sounds as smooth as the summer sea.”
The Wine, Beer & Food Extravaganza will be held Friday, Sept. 9 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Christian Brothers High School, located at 4315 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in Sacramento. Event shuttles will be available from East Sacramento, Downtown and Midtown locations. For ticket information, visit www.cbhswinetasting.com.
All proceeds benefit tuition assistance at CBHS, so celebrate the last days of summer with an evening of wine, food and fun and help support this most worthy cause – and let the good times flow.