Another Sell-Out Performance!
Media release – 7 October 2009
Tickets – Another Sell-Out Performance!
Tickets to this
year’s Toast Martinborough wine, food and music festival
have again been snapped up quickly, with tickets selling out
shortly after going on sale this morning [7 Oct].
Manager Rachael Fletcher said that tickets to the event to
be held on Sunday 15 November sold out in just 13
“This reflects the fact that wine and food
lovers from around the country find the festival a fabulous
and memorable day out, with premium wines, outstanding food
and great music continuing to be an unbeatable
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