The Scottsdale Culinary Festival

The Scottsdale Culinary Festival weekend provides the opportunity to taste as many foods from as many restaurants as your stomach will allow on 25 acres of park bliss. While expanding your tummy and your palate, join us at our NEW Culinary Experience Tent for demos by your favorite chefs, student cooking challenges, wine seminars from Arizona winemakers, and discussions with other experts and leaders in the culinary world. Don’t forget to pop into the Epicurean Expo to check out the latest in kitchen and cooking gadgets.

Take in the scene (the people watching will keep you busy for hours) and be sure to enjoy the perfect music for the occasion on the Festival’s three stages. Brought the kids along? Make sure to stop by our free Family Zone for face painting, bouncy house, carnival games (with prizes!), a magician, crafts, and more!

Scottsdale Culinary Festival

 

Feeling thirsty after all that food? We’ve got you covered with a variety of specialty beverage areas. Taste creative vodka drinks at the Skyy Bar, sample over 250 beers at the Southwest Festival of Beers, enjoy fine spirit cocktails at the Campari Cocktail Deck, and learn more about fine wines at our luxurious Wine Garden.

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The Festival features a 1,000 guest sell-out VIP Experience that includes meet and greet with celebrity chefs, exclusive demo seating, unlimited food and wine tasting in the special tasting tent and an all access pass that will make you feel like royalty around the Festival. There truly is something for everyone at the Scottsdale Culinary Festival!

Location: Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts – 7380 E. Second St., Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Date and Times: Saturday, April 16 Noon-9PM | Sunday, April 17 Noon-6PM
Cost: $10 General Admission | $140 VIP  Saturday | $115 VIP Sunday | $40 Beer Garden | Kids 12 and under Free

About Todd

Todd Navin – Owner and Publisher of Navin Media Group. Mr. Navin has launched several successful websites in the Scottsdale area including OldTownScottsdale.com and UpTownScottsdale.com and the “NEW” addition to the family – Back Pocket Guide. The printed “Scottsdale Dining Edition” will be available for the Winter 2016.

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  1. My husband and I have been there many times and it’s always fun and tasty

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