(Photo by Rafterman Photography)

Tickets for the 12th annual Atlanta Food & Wine Festival are officially on sale now.

The festival, benefitting Children of Conservation’s school lunch program, will once again be primarily held in Historic Fourth Ward Park on Sept. 20-24, bringing together chefs, mixologists, farmers, and brands.

Tickets for the festival — including each day of Tasting Tents and in-restaurant experiences around the city — are available for purchase online, with early bird pricing while ticket supplies last.

Ticket options include:

  • Gourmet Gatherings:
    •  Prices Vary. Line up to be announced in early August. 
  • Friday, Saturday & Sunday Tasting Tents:
    • General Admission: Early Bird: $110 | Tickets to increase to $125
    • VIP Admission: Early Bird: $135 | Tickets to increase to $165
  • Tasting Tents – All Weekend Access: 
    • General Admission: $300 (With access to Friday, Saturday & Sunday tasting tents)
    • VIP Admission:  $400 (With access to Friday, Saturday & Sunday tasting tents)
  • Group Packages: Valid for parties of 6 or more
    •  Receive 20 percent off your purchase (all must be purchased in the same transaction)

A new Tasting Tents experience, Tasting Tents After Dark, will offer a selection of drinks from Atlanta’s best mixologists, cocktail establishments, bars and spirits brands.

The festival’s Gourmet Gatherings will offer a series of intimate, in-restaurant experiences ranging from brunches, lunches, and dinners hosted throughout the city. 

To get tickets and see more details about the festival, visit atlfoodandwinefestival.com.

Collin Kelley has been the editor of Atlanta Intown for two decades and has been a journalist and freelance writer for 35 years. He’s also an award-winning poet and novelist.