Wine + Food Street Fest returns to upper King Street area

Wine + Food Street Fest will be a block party to remember

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King Street | Photo by the CHStoday team

The City of Charleston, in partnership with Charleston Wine + Food, will host its second annual Wine + Food Street Fest on Thursday, March 7, from 6-8 p.m. This celebration is free and family-friendly.

Three blocks of upper King Street north of Ann Street will be transformed into a pedestrian-only celebration, think: block party. Food, beverages, arts and crafts will be available for purchase, plus attendees can enjoy tunes from DJ Illadell and a marching band.

New additions this year:

Charleston Wine + Food will have a special ticketed tasting experience with the Black Expo. Attendees can explore the Black Expo’s Wine and Spirits Tasting Garden — a curated selection of wine and liquors from Black-owned brands and makers. Tickets start at $25.

Kulture City will be onsite to help individuals with sensory needs enjoy this live event.

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