The event is set to take place in Atlanta, Nashville and D.C. this year
NEW ORLEANS - Organizers of La Fête du Rosé, a picnic-style celebration of rosé wine and lifestyle, have announced plans to expand the event into two new cities in 2019. La Fête du Rosé sponsored by Moët & Chandon will be returning to Atlanta for its second year on Saturday, May 11, 2019, in Piedmont Park, and will make its debut in Nashville during Memorial Day Weekend on Sunday, May 26, 2019, in Cumberland Park followed by Washington D.C. on Saturday, June 22, 2019, at Southpointe in the National Harbor.
The event, which celebrates rosé wines, champagnes and the rosé lifestyle requires attendees to arrive dressed to impress in pink and/or white attire. Guests of La Fête du Rosé will indulge in wine, champagne, frosé and rosé cocktails while enjoying live music and DJs, picnic baskets curated by the top chefs and a host of other fun activities such as life-sized games, live art installations, photo opportunities, and more. A limited number of discounted early bird tickets for each city will be made available for purchase on Tuesday, Feb. 12.
"Following an immensely successful inaugural La Fête du Rosé in Atlanta last year, we knew this event had widespread potential for equally innovative and welcoming cities such as D.C. and Nashville," said Cleveland Spears, III, founder of La Fête du Rosé. "We're extremely excited to bring an even bigger and better experience back to Atlanta this year and to introduce the concept to rosé and wine enthusiasts in D.C. and Nashville. All three of these cities are on the rise regarding growth and new experiences, and we look forward to building upon that momentum with La Fête du Rosé."
More than 2,200 guests attended the first-ever La Fête du Rosé Atlanta on Saturday, May 5, 2018. The inaugural event boasted a stellar entertainment lineup including headline performer DJ CASSIDY, but organizers promise the 2019 line-ups will be even more exciting. Click Here for more.