Changes in store for 30th annual Leland Wine & Food Festival

T he f estival runs from 1 to 8 p . m . S aturday.

O ne of the oldest wine festivals in Michigan is taking place this weekend.

I t's the 30th annual Leland Wine and Food Festival.

K ate Vilter, the president of the Leland Chamber of Commerce encourages people to come early to find parking or wear your tennis shoes.

T he festival runs from 1 to 8 p.m. Saturday. Guests will enjoy non-stop music by Soul Patch, Blake Elliot and E Minor!

New this year, visitors can come Friday night ahead of the festival for Artscape, an evening of art and wine.

I f you get your tickets in advance, it's $15. You can still get tickets the day of for $20.

W eekend pass es can be purchased for $30.

You can find more information and buy tickets by clicking here.

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