(Updated for 2020 here) Organizers of La Fête du Rosé, a picnic-style celebration of all-things rosé wine, recently announced plans to expand the event to the Washington D.C. area for its debut on Saturday, June 22 from 12 pm to 8 pm at the National Harbor.
Following a wildly successful inaugural event in Atlanta, which attracted nearly 3,000 attendees, La Fête du Rosé is set to return to Atlanta on May 11, followed by Nashville on May 26, culminating with the D.C. event in June.
Festival attendees will be required to arrive dressed to impress in their finest pink and white attire for a full day of listening to music from world-renowned artists and DJs. There will also be local food trucks, life-sized games, live art installations, share-worthy photo opportunities, and a variety of other new and exciting experiences.
This unique concept, which draws inspiration from Pinknic in New York City, will soon establish itself as one of Nashville’s hottest and most talked about new events, dazzling both locals and visitors alike.
“The overwhelming reception of La Fête du Rosé in Atlanta last year confirmed what we had suspected all along: that people loved the concept and that it had widespread mass appeal,” said Founder Cleveland Spears, III. “We’ve already seen tremendous buzz and excitement for the D.C. edition and know that will only continue to grow and expand as the event approaches. We are confident that La Fête du Rosé will soon establish itself as one of the D.C. area’s hottest and most-talked about events for 2019.”
For more information or to purchase tickets for La Fête du Rosé, visit my 2020 post.