It’s that time of year again here on Long Island. Long Island warms up the winter with it own focus on the east end. This is the third year that vineyards will be hosting live, FREE jazz concerts over the course of 6 weekends.
Winterfest kicks off on February 13th and continues through March 21st. There are a total of over 70 FREE jazz concerts at winery tasting rooms and other venue’s across the east end.
There are restaurants having specials on those weekends and there are great getaway packages at some participating bed and breakfasts too.
Here is a schedule of the vineyards that are hosting free jazz concerts and who will be performing.
Here is a calendar of events for the 6 weekends. The concerts had a preview this past weekend at Raphael Vineyards and there is also another preview at Wolffer Estate Vineyards on Friday at 7PM. But things really get going on Saturday February 13th at 1PM.
Here is a link to find out where there will be special packages and offers across the East End that coincide with Winterfest 2010.
I will post on the blog often when I am going to be at an event. Maybe we could have a mini meet up if schedules allow.
Enjoy Winterfest and be sure to take advantage of the free Jazz concerts and the wonderful local wine at the various tasting rooms across the East End!
Our first Jazz event is this Saturday and we would love to have you stop in if you are out this weekend. you can go to our web for details, hope you can make it.
Thanks Jim…I must have missed that on the list.
Here is the link for Waterscrest Winery….http://www.waterscrest.com/home.php
I’ll see you sometime in March!
Thanks for the info…too bad you and Melissa are working on saturday, feb 13. Mom I and maybe matthew will be checking out some of the Jazz.
Try to hit Waters Crest at 1pm…really GOOD wine, Mom will like the shop. Tell Jim I said Hello!
Then check out Dilberto or Sparkling Point…. Sparkling Point only does bubbly!
I will Talk to you in the morning…and see you later…
Also, Roanoke is open late…till 9!…If you go say hello to Adam and Henry at Roanoke!