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Devonport Wine, Food & Music Festival 2013

Get set to eat, drink and be merry at the Devonport Food, Wine and Music Festival 2013, Auckland’s most picturesque food festival.

On 16 and 17 February Devonport will showcase the wares of more than 20 national and international wineries as well as more than a dozen varieties of cuisine, music and live entertainment, competitions and games for the kids.

Fritz Weiners, Coromandel Mussel Kitchen, Kohu Road Ice Cream and Saigonz’s Vietnamese cuisine will be among the food stalls set up at Windsor Reserve on King Edward Parade.

Meanwhile, Richmond Plains, Two Rivers of Marlborough, Tohu Wines, Waimea Estate and Passage Rock will be among the big names serving up New Zealand’s best wine to thirsty festival goers.

In 2013 the Devonport Food, Wine and Music Festival has also lined up a bevy of talented performers, including Annabel Fay, Avalanche City, Paul Ubana Jones and comedian Ewen Gilmore, back by popular demand.

General admission tickets start at $32 for the Saturday and $30 for the Sunday (an additional booking fee will apply). Limited gate sales will be available on both days. Visit the festivals’ website for details.

The Devonport Food, Wine and Music Festival started in 1989 as a community fund-raising project for the Rotary Club of Devonport. It regularly attracts more than 12,000 festival goers over the weekend, with B3 Events now running the event on behalf of the charitable trust.

It’s the season for festivals, with the city recently hosting the Auckland Seafood Festival in Wynard Quarter and the city getting set to host The New Zealand Beer Festival at The Cloud in March.

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