Wairarapa Wines presents the Harvest Festival
Saturday 13th March 2021
All tickets for the 2021 Harvest Festival are sold out
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Wine, food & entertainment - the Harvest Festival is a highly anticipated annual event - tickets sell out fast.
The festival will be held at the beautiful, sheltered riverside setting locally known as ‘The Cliffs' on the banks of the Ruamahunga River at the end of Dakins Road in rural Wairarapa (click here for map). Its remoteness and vineyard setting is part of its appeal while still being close to public transport.
Being 10 minutes from both Masterton and Carterton makes the site easily accessible to local and visitors to the district alike. A regional shuttle service will run to and from the festival site at the beginning and end of the day with an additional service meeting the scheduled Wellington train at the Carterton Railway Station. Reservations are essential.
Once again there will be an emphasis on entertainment throughout the day featuring a variety of live music, art exhibitions and static displays ensuring that all tastes are catered for.
While of obvious interest to food and wine ‘buffs' it will also appeal to those from outside the area to use it as an excuse to have a day out in the Wairarapa region. Viewed in conjunction with other events running locally over the same weekend it will offer the perfect opportunity for visitors to experience some of the wide variety of entertainment that the region offers.
Click here for further information on other events taking place in the Wairarapa over the same weekend
For further information on the region or accommodation in the area visit www.wairarapanz.com.
- No animals will be permitted on site
- No food or beverages to be brought on to the site
- Free carparking available
A Party in a Paddock or Gourmet on the Grass
Check out this fantastic video and a bit of behind the scenes at the 2018 Wairarapa Wines Harvest Festival.
Liz Pollock, the then organizer of the annual Wairarapa Harvest Festival, referred to it as the party in a paddock. That was too modest. It was gourmet on the grass!