May 2 Wine Walk

Starts: Friday, May 2nd 2014 at 6:00 pm
Ends: Friday, May 2nd 2014 at 9:00 pm

 Tickets on sale now!

Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk is a first Friday evening event that is fun and supports the community.  Enjoy live music, art happenings, some snacks and local boutique wines poured in various tasting locations up and down Front Street.  Front Street shops and restaurants are open to the general public during Wine Walk and all ages are welcome.

Help us reduce waste and BYOG (bring your own glass) to Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk!

Front Street Wine Walk venues include  Village Theatre, ArtByFire Glass Blowing Studio, Illuminate Electrical,  artEAST Art Center, First Stage Theatre, Fischer Meats, CoHo Computers, U Swirl, Chicago Pastrami, Eastside Family and Cosmetic Dentistry and Thrive.

Wineries include Davenport Cellars, Estrin Estates, Genoa Cellars, Icon Cellars, Isenhower Cellars, Milbrandt Vineyards, NW Cellars, Rock Meadow Cellars, Sigillo Cellars, Sol Stone Winery, Tiger Mountain Winery and Twin Cedars Winery.

Purchase a bottle of wine at Wine Walk and enjoy it with your dinner with no corkage fee (Wine Walk nights only) at these participating restaurants— Amante’s Pizza, Issaquah Brewhouse, Stans BBQ, Mandarin Garden, Max’s World Diner.  You can also purchase bottles of wines to take home.

MAY 2 LIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCES

Encore Four is a premiere classical string quartet based in the Seattle, Washington area.  The  quartet features some of Seattles finest musicians and delivers a vast and varied repertoire of music.  

Greg Glassman brings over 35 years of experience as a professional musician.  He is an accomplished guitarist and performs in numerous jazz combos around the Seattle area.

Randy Bowles is a long-time Seattle singer/guitarist whose music help create the Northwest Sound.   Randy will be performing at the First Stage Theatre.

Kaleidescope School of Music -  Six ensembles will be playing a wide variety of rock and pop covers.   Come see Issaquah’s best musicians aging from 11 to 19.

Mills Music – Open mic night.  Strongly suggested to sign up in advance, but walk-ins are always welcome.  Inquire at  425/392-1000.    

MAY 2  ART HAPPENINGS

ArtByFire: Master Glass Blower, Leonard Whitfield, shows off his collection of hand blown glass and demonstrates the glass blowing process creating art pieces that are sure to dazzle.

artEAST:  Browse this fabulous gallery for unique and one of kind items including sculpture, wall décor, jewelry and more.   See outstanding 12″x12″ juried art by artEAST members and special guests at the 150′ of Art Collaborated Benefit auction.

Purchase Wine Walk Tickets

http://www.downtownissaquah.com/products-page/dia-event-tickets/wine-walk-tickets-may/

TICKETS: 
A RAIN, SNOW OR SHINE EVENT

$25 in advance or $30 day of event (online tickets on sale until 3 p.m day of event; limited tickets available check in)
(Includes 10 one ounce drink tokens) 

  • Check in starts at 6:00 at the Hailstone Feed store (the historic Shell Station) –  232 Front Street
  • You must be 21 to purchase wine tasting tickets
  • Will call for pre-paid tickets require identification for the name tickets were purchased under
  • Maps of tasting locations, plastic wine glass, tokens and wristband provided at check in.
  • Take a bottle of wine home from the tastings or enjoy downtown at participating restaurants.  Available for purchase at the Hailstone Feed Store.

Thank you to our Sponsors

  Amante’s,  Artitudes, Boehm’s Candies, Capri Cellars, Chicago Pastrami,  Coho Computers,  Fischer Meats, Flying Pie Pizza, Issaquah Arts Commission, Issaquah Sammamish Reporter, Snoqualmie Valley Record and Village Theatre

Coho Computers

 A portion of the proceeds benefit the Downtown Issaquah Association
and valued nonprofit partners