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F.A.W.C! Summer Series 2014 tickets on sale this week

F.A.W.C! Summer Series 2014 tickets on sale this week

The F.A.W.C! Summer Series event schedule will be released this week with tickets going on general sale Saturday 30th August.

Operated by Hawke’s Bay Tourism, F.A.W.C! Food and Wine Classic, Hawke’s Bay is a seasonal series of unique food and wine events set in stunning locations across Hawke’s Bay twice a year (winter and summer series)

F.A.W.C! Summer Series will run October 31st- November 9th with sixty one delicious events on offer during the ten days. There will be 4500 tickets available within the 2013 F.A.W.C! Summer Series event schedule.

F.A.W.C! kicks off Friday October 31st with a spectacular launch party at Craggy Range Winery. Themed as the ultimate “boot party” the evening will showcase a collection of Hawke’s Bays wineries and the much lauded 2013 Vintage, matched to seasonal dishes prepared by a team of Hawke’s Bay’s best loved chefs cooking live on Electrolux kitchens.

Visiting culinary talent appearing alongside Hawke’s Bay’s finest includes: TV Chefs and Cookbook Authors Nici Wickes and Julie Biuso, Martin Bosley and New Zealand Masterchef winners Nadia Lim, Chelsea Winter and Kasey and Karena Bird.

Ray McVinnie will return for 2014 as F.A.W.C! ambassador.“ I love the creativity and world class food and wine experiences that are served up during F.A.W.C! and I can’t wait to get back” he said.

Annie Dundas, General Manager, Hawke’s Bay Tourism said they were thrilled to announce another fantastic line up of events “Hawke’s Bay’s talented FAWCers have come up with a dazzling array of events that showcase the best of Hawke’s Bay food and wine, people and places whilst inviting some of New Zealand’s leading culinary heroes to join them. F.A.W.C! is fast on its way to being New Zealand’s premium food and wine festival and we are delighted”

F.A.W.C! database members will have pre-sale access to tickets from 9am Thursday 28th August with tickets on sale to general public from Saturday 30th at 9am.

For access to the pre-sale, people should sign up to the F.A.W.C! database at www.fawc.co.nz


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