Culture mesh fest

. June 1, 2015.

The Traverse City Wine & Art Festival pairs your art viewing with glasses of award winning wines. Saunter around the displays, vino in hand, tunes in the air. Guster and The Verve Pipe headline, and many local bands and musicians are on the bill, too. Wine Counselor, Michael Schafer, offers an educational bent to the festival atmosphere in the form of a wine class, which likely involves a good amount of tasting and drinking.

Saturday, June 20. 2-9pm. $40/in advance, $50/at the door. traversecitywinefestival.com/

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