Fall may be starting tomorrow, September 22, at 4:02pm, but that’s not stopping us from drinking our favorite summer wine. It’s called rosé. You may have heard of it. Now, the immensely popular pink wine is finally getting the festival it deserves—the Rosé All Day Wine and Music Festival, happening on October 29 in Dallas.
Tickets start at $40 for general admission, but for $95 you get access to VIP areas. Both types include entry to the festival (obviously), a picnic blanket and wine glasses. If you really want to get fancy, table service is available. Alas, food and alcohol are not included in the general admission or VIP ticket prices.
The event is put on by the makers of Rosé All Day wine and will feature live music, rosé, frozen rosé (aka frosé), local food vendors and a full liquor bar. The festival doesn’t actually start until 1pm, so it’s not exactly rosé all day. But we’ll let it slide, as long as they promise to throw an event near us soon.