Holiday Wine Fest Coming Up At Six Flags Great Adventure
Send your kids off to go on the rides and see all the holiday lights and decorations while you and your friends sample some amazing wines! A win-win for family and friends coming up Nov. 14th and 15th.
The Six Flags Holiday Wine Fest will sell out quickly and is going to be amazing and SAFE. If you want in, you can reserve your spot. It'll be held inside the park in the new Jolly Jamboree section.
There will be 8 NJ wineries participating as well as multiple food trucks so that you can grab a bite while you sip and sample the wines.
PLUS Crafters will be on hand so not only will you be sampling locally produced-wines, you can also get started on your holiday shopping with local artisan homemade gifts!
This Wine Fest is the kickoff to Six Flags Great Adventure's Holiday in the Park with over a million glittering lights!
The price of admission includes both the wine event and park admission, so make a day out of it! $44.99 (plus tax) per ticket...but if you are a season pass or membership holder, it only costs $24.99 (plus tax.)
There will be limited capacity to ensure safety. The wine fest begins at 12:30 pm on both days.
The NJ wineries on hand will include: Tomasello Winery, Wagonhouse Winery, DiMatteo Vineyards, Plagido’s Winery, Villari Vineyards, Valenzano Winery, Villa Milagro Vineyards, and Salem Oak Vineyards
The food trucks/holiday dining menues come from Cousins Maine Lobster food truck, Just Fork It food truck, Dan’s Waffles food truck, Holiday Feastival, and Jolly S’mores.
Wine, food, holiday light displays AND shopping? I can't think of a better Ladies Day and Night Out or Date Night!
If you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 732-928-2000 ext. 2850.
The Wild Safari is not included in the price or in the reservation for the Wine Fest. (No wine sampling this year in the safari.) If you'd like to drive through the safari before entering the wine festival, CLICK HERE to make a reservation.
Park attendance will be closely monitored to avoid overcrowding and therefore anyone who enters the park for any of the events does so by reservation only.