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La Fête du Rosé Wine & Music Festival Takes Over Summer In The South

By Rachel George

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Come dressed to impress in your best pink and white attire for an evening of wine, champagne, live music, food and more in Atlanta, Nashville and/or D.C. The La Fête du Rosé Wine & Music Festival features chef-curated picnic baskets, life-size games, photo exhibits, and live art installations.

Sponsored by Moët and Chandon, over 2,000 guests indulge in a variety of rosé cocktails or drink champagne and wine by the bottle for a discounted rate. Outside food and beverages and coolers are all prohibited from this cash-free event.

Bust out a corkscrew, the card games, and selfie sticks to help record all the fun. The festival returns to Atlanta for its second year on May 11 and makes its Nashville debut at Cumberland Park during Memorial Day weekend later in the month. Expected to be one of nation’s capital most-talked-about events of the year, the D.C. festival will be held at the National Harbor on June 22.

Consider pastel-colored suits or spring dresses, in order to stay cool with Atlanta’s hot summer lineup including New Orleans own DJ Mannie Fresh, The Mad Violinist Ashanti Floyd and more at Piedmont Park. DJ Stormy will be at the Atlanta and Nashville festival. The D.C. lineup has yet to be released.

General admission tickets for each location are still available for $65, including a blanket, a souvenir wine glass and a bottle of Rosé wine. VIP packages and cabanas are still available.

Take a glimpse into the La Fête du Rosé Wine & Music Festival here.


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