The third-annual Tilted Earth Festival, taking place June 16 through 18 in Riverfront Park in Cottonwood, is sure to impress revelers with a celebrated lineup of acoustic and rock performers, like Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds and Taj Mahal, and a wide selection of food and drinks from the likes of Best of Our Valley winners Page Springs Cellars and D.A. Ranch, as well as local brewers and a variety of food trucks (Queso Good quesadilla truck, Jersey J’s East Coast Cuisine and Burgers Amore). Families are encouraged to bring their kids to enjoy the kids’ area while BMX Impact of StuntMasters will entertain with extreme bike tricks. Tilted Earth will also host a silent auction to benefit Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Yavapai County and Prescott Creeks.
Participating wineries include:
Burning Tree Cellars
Fire Mountain Wine Co.
Grand Canyon Wine Co.
Oak Creek Vineyards
Page Springs Cellars
Painted Lady Vineyards
Pillsbury Wine Co.
Tickets are now available for purchase on the Tilted Earth website. Advance adult general admission tickets are available for $48, two weeks in advance tickets are $52 and day of $58. Adult admission includes a reusable Govino wine glass and five free wine tastings (beer will be sold for a cash). Additional tastings will be available for purchase, as will bottles from all wineries. Tickets for young adults and youth (13-20) can be purchased for $18 in advance and $20 day of. Children under 13 are welcome for free. VIP tickets, which include free parking, exclusive tent seating, wine, food and band meet-and-greet are available for purchase for $165 in advance and $200 day of. tiltedearthfestival.com.
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