Taste of Charlotte Festival 2023 Returns June 9-11
EAT... MEET... DRINK... PLAY...
Taste of Charlotte, has been one of Charlotte's most popular annual food, wine and beer festivals since 1998. It returns this coming Friday, June 9th and runs through Sunday, June 11th. The event takes place from 11:00 am till 11:00pm on Friday and Saturday, and from 11:00 am till 6:00 pm on Sunday. And don't forget to bring the whole family on Sunday as Sunday is Family Fun Day at the Taste of Charlotte Festival.
Taste of Charlotte is a 3-day festival featuring samples from area restaurants along with live music, interactive children’s activities, performances, and unique shopping at the local artisan MarketPlace.
Taste of Charlotte takes place at Truist Field (home of the Charlotte Knights baseball field) at 324 S Mint Street. If you're on the south side of Charlotte it's very convenient to ride the Lynx Line into town for the festival and there'll be no parking headaches once you're in Uptown Charlotte!
Be sure to check out the Taste of Charlotte Artisan MarketPlace--boutique-style open air shopping, featuring handcrafted designs and gifts... perfect for some early holiday shopping while enjoying great food!
If you're already making plans for the upcoming weekend... why not include this event and have yourself a delicious Taste of Charlotte? Admission is free; you can buy coins to purchase food along the route. If you've never been, why not join 100,000+ of your fellow Charlotteans? It's lots of fun and once you've experienced the Taste of Charlotte, you'll look forward to next year's event!
No wonder they say that this city has taste!
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