Entertainment & Event Schedule:
11:00 to 1:30 - URBAN HILL
A Tidewater, Virginia Blues Band which plays an entertaining & danceable mix of roots rock, R&B, boogie, blues, original music and country
2:30 to 5:00 - MOUNT SUMMITT
Mount Summitt is a band composed of three members of The Summitt Family and augmented with musicians from Hampton Roads, Raleigh, NC and Greenville, SC who have come together specifically for The Wine and Brew Fest. The band is made up of seasoned musicians who play professionally in their respective hometowns. They play a broad spectrum of musical styles…classic rock, R&B, jazz fusion and a touch of country. Something for everybody….
Brew Village Stage:
11:15 to 1:30 OLD NORTH TRIO
With a wide range of influences from country, pop, folk and classic rock, Old North Trio sets out to bring a laid back, good time to every show they play. The extensive list of covers includes Jason Isbell, Justin Bieber, Amos Lee, Jimi Hendrix and anything in-between.
2:00 to 5:00 UNDERTOW
Playing a variety of music from the 70s to today.
Manor House Lawn Stage
11:00 to 2:00 MERCY CREEK
Based in Virginia, Mercy Creek performs original music they call aggressive folk rock. Singer/guitarist Cheryl Nystrom and song writing partner/drummer Jim Ball combine elements of modern folk, world beat, rock, and hints of blues and bluegrass to create music that is fresh and unique. From world beat to folk, the musical styles used in Mercy Creek's songs are anchored by Nystrom's beautiful voice and intelligent lyrics.
2:30 - 5:00 LITTLE DOORS
The mid-twentieth century was a great era for the popular song. The golden age of movie musicals brought us classics like “Over the Rainbow” and “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off.” At the same time, the sophisticated jazzy tunes of Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, and many more captivated listeners. A few years later, great artists like Etta James, Dionne Warwick, and Stevie Wonder brought us one gem of a song after another, each one woven into the fabric of the lives of all who lived through those dynamic times. Little Doors is a musical group that wanders through this seemingly endless canon of great songs, gathering tunes like shells on the beach and taking them home to enjoy again and again.
2017 EVENT SCHEDULE
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Pre-event Shuttles start picking up at the Hampton Inn & the Smithfield Inn starting at 10:30 am. They will run continuously until all hotel guests are transported to the fest. Guests at Smithfield Station can easily walk to the event. If you are staying at the Station and would prefer to be picked up, please let the front desk know and the event can send a shuttle to pick you up. Safe Ride Shuttles are provided by Tysinger Automotive Group and the I-Ride shuttle are provided by SVAEvents & sponsored by NAE Federal Credit Union.
VIP Early Admission for VIP Chalets, Small Business Sponsors and Sponsor Tables starts at 10:00 am. Check your ticket to see if you have early entry. (Please note alcoholic activities (tastings and purchasing) do not start until 11:00 am)
Regular Gate Admission 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Tastings Hours: Wines & Brews 11 am - 4:00 pm.
Wine Sales by glass & bottles stop at 4:30 pm. Please note that all wine selections may not be available for the entire event. Some wines will sell out before the end of the day. VA Wines can be purchased for take home, but wines purchased at the event's International Wine Booth hosted by the Smithfield Rotary Club must be consumed on site. International Wines are available at BonVivant Smithfield for purchase outside the festival.
Brew Drink Tickets sales stop at 4:00 pm, and exchanging tickets for brew stops at 4:30 pm. Please note that all brews may not be available until the end. Please check with Brew Ticket booth towards end of event for brews still on tap. Left over Brew Tickets are NON REFUNDABLE.
Event over at 5:00 pm
Post-event Shuttles start running at 3:30. Shuttle service will serve hotels, restaurants, and local subdivisions. It will not take you to your front door, but will get you to your neighborhood. Safe Ride Shuttles are provided by Tysinger Automotive Group and the I-Ride shuttle are provided by SVAEvents & sponsored by NAE Federal Credit Union.
We encourage ALL FEST ATTENDEES to make post-fest transportation plans, whether it be our shuttles, a DD Driver, or having someone pick you and your group up at the event. UBER is not normally available in the Smithfield area, unless you pre-arrange it. Many guest arrive in party buses or limos also. BE SAFE!