Atlanta Hosts Caribbean-Based Rum & Wine Festival

The first annual staging of the ‘Atlanta Independence Rum & Wine Festival’ is slated for Sunday, July 4, 2021 at Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Georgia. Promoters of the festival from Jabari Productions promises a premium yet down-to-earth experience that will be positioned as a premier food, wine, and rum festival in Atlanta. The sought-after event will attract thousands of wine and rum connoisseurs and music lovers.

Live music plays an integral part in the event. The lineup for the festival will be announced in its entirety at the festival’s media launch slated for Wednesday, May 26, 2021 however confirmations on the website presently lists Inner Circle, and international recording artiste Baby Cham. “Our full lineup will include soca, afro beats, dancehall, and reggae artistes. The live entertainment promises to provide a well-rounded lineup that will have a little bit of everything I know the attendees will enjoy” said CEO of Jabari Productions, Clinton Garibaldi.

Atlanta Hosts Caribbean-Based Rum & Wine Festival

Further the ‘Atlanta Independence Rum & Wine Festival’ will cater to enthusiasts of Caribbean food and art aficionados. Attendees can enjoy several options of mouthwatering jerked chicken, pork, and fish; tantalizing seafood based in delectable sauces; ‘live’ and ‘raw’ meals prepared to perfection while you sip on a wide variety of wines from several wineries and microbreweries within Atlanta along with quality art and fine craft for viewing and purchase. Garibaldi shared, “We are eager to create a long-lasting impact on Atlanta with the best of the Caribbean on display. This event will cater to the lovers of rum, wine, food, and local art”.

With these attractive elements, the festival appeals to a broad range of attendees who have an appreciation for Caribbean arts and culture. To assist in creating a safe environment, promoters have consulted with several Healthcare workers on a series of COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols that follow the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the State of Georgia Department of Health. Garibaldi said, “The health and safety of all festival-goers and staff is essential to us. We encourage all attendees to wear masks, social distance and sanitize where necessary. We are installing the necessary infrastructure to facilitate the measures”.

Highlighting ‘unity’ and ‘togetherness’ under the banner of Caribbean music and culture, ‘Atlanta Independence Rum & Wine Festival’ happening on the 4th of July beginning at 11 am attracts an early bird admission of $60 USD. Tickets are on sale now at .