Making people and ideas findable
Time: August 29, 2010 from 12pm to 6pm
Location: White River State Park
Street: 801 West Washington St.
Website or Map: http://digindiana.org/
Event Type: festival, food, beer, wine, taste, educational
Latest Activity: Aug 24, 2010
On August 29, 2010, Indiana chefs, growers and producers will make their way to White River State Park to showcase their high quality locally produced products, and remind Hoosiers there is much more than corn in Indiana. Prepare to be entertained by Indiana agricultural and culinary experts as they invite you on a journey from field to tabletop.
Dig IN will feature educational discussion panels, cooking demonstrations, urban gardening exhibits, local expert Q&A sessions, wine tastings, beer and food pairing, and much more. Combining the freshness of farmer's markets and our state's greatest food minds, this event promises a feast for the senses. Don't miss the opportunity to help us celebrate all that Indiana agriculture has to offer.
The area's greatest food minds will be preparing a unique dish based on Indiana's farm fresh produce and protein. Attendees can interact directly with the chef as well as the producer while dining on a 2-ounce taste.
Dig IN has partnered with the Indiana Wine Grape Council and the Indiana Brewers Guild for the wine and beer for the event. Beverages will be available for taste and purchase. Non-alcoholic beverages will also be available for purchase.
Entertainment & Speakers
The Celebration Amphitheater will stage three, local Indianapolis bands: jascha., Kate Lamont, and Jookabox, who will be performing throughout the afternoon. Just across the plaza near the Pumphouse, join local entertainers and experts as they discuss dairy in your diet, home gardening, wine making and many other cutting edge topics.
Tickets are required for entry and include the cost of ALL the tastings (food, beer, and wine) as well as the educational panels, music events and activities. Additional food, beer, and wine will be available for purchase.
Ticket prices will increase at the gate and sales will be capped at 6,000 tickets. Buy yours today online or your local Marsh!