Huntsville’s Big Spring Crush Expands to Weekend Long Wine and Food Festival

June 11, 2018 Beth Ridgeway

Big Spring Crush Expands to a Weekend Long Wine & Food Festival

Huntsville’s fifth annual Big Spring Crush, a wine a food festival, has grown into a weekend long event from September 28 – 30th in downtown’s Big Spring Park East. Homegrown Huntsville works to make the event a success every year. The festival has sold out the past four years and they are offering new packages for food and wine lovers. The festival offers more than 150 wine labels for tasting, local entertainment, and food trucks featuring wine inspired menu.

What’s New?

This year, the festival offers new weekend packages, a Friday night winemaker dinner and a collaboration with Jazz in the Park for a Sunday brunch and champagne tasting.  The new ticket packages will give patrons access to a weekend full of exclusive food and wine events.

Here are some of the events you can attend with a package:

  • Friday night high-end wine tasting
  • Friday night seated dinner catered by Church Street Purveyor
  • Saturday VIP access to the Festival
  • Private cheese and chocolate wine pairing events on Saturday
  • Sunday Jazz Brunch and champagne tasting.

Getting Tickets

Tickets for Big Spring Crush are on sale now. Packages range from $450 for the Ultimate VIP Package which covers two guests to $80 for the Big Spring Crusher. The only way to attend the exclusive tasting on Friday night and the cheese & chocolate pairing events on Saturday is through the purchase of a package. The VIP passes are $65 and grant early access to the festival on Saturday at 5pm and access to a private VIP area with additional seating and high-end wine tastings from Church Street Wine Shoppe at 6pm. The Friday VIP dinner passes are $65. The Sunday Jazz Brunch and Champagne tasting is $40.

General admission grants access to the festival and unlimited wine tastings. Incentives are available based on how early you purchase your ticket. The first 400 general admission tickets sold are only $40, tickets are then $45 until July 31st, the remaining tickets are $50. All tickets can be purchased at www.HomegrownHuntsville.com. They are all limited in quantity to ensure growth is well executed. Homegrown continues to strive for quality over quantity. No tickets sold at the gate.

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About Homegrown LLC: Homegrown Huntsville was founded in 2011 by Ashley Ryals as an event production company that collaborates with local businesses and organizations to cultivate signature events that the community can celebrate. Homegrown in Huntsville, Ashley is passionate about this city and supporting those that have made it what it is today. Now, Homegrown Huntsville hosts three signature events: Big Spring Crush, Dine & Dash and Sip & Shop.

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