For once, Miami is ahead of the curve on the healthy and eco-friendly food scene! Hoorah! This weekend is the Seed Food & Wine Festival 2014. And celebs and chefs like Alicia Silverstone, Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby, vegan Ironman athlete Brendan Brazier will be there to talk food and demonstrate recipes. It’s all (see below for exception) taking place in tents at Midtown Miami.
Seed Food and Wine Miami, presented by Whole Foods Market, is a weekend experience for guests who want to sip, savor and learn about conscious plant-based living. All activities were carefully crafted by the Festival Advisory Council to take guests through a one-of-a-kind journey from cooking demonstrations, wine, beer and spirits tastings to body care, workshops, yoga, urban gardening and more. Event Schedule SFWFs line-up features something for everyone and showcases the beauty of the tropical paradise that is Miami and her beaches. Everything served during the festival will be VEGAN and whenever possible organic and non-gmo.
Best of all, Sunday, October 19th, is Sprouts Kids Day presented by Whole Foods Market
A fun afternoon for the entire family: Kids take part in an interactive learning experiences, from planting their own, container gardens at the hands-on gardening lab, trying their hand at yoga and making their very own veggie pizzas, kids foods by Jugofresh, and hitting up the Bunnie Cake’s cupcake lab to decorate and munch on organic, vegan, gluten-free cupcakes. All in a beautiful setting!
This is from 2pm to 5pm at Miami Beach Botanical Gardens 2000 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach $10 in advance / $15 at the door
Saturday October 18th is Festival Day. Your ticket includes feature FREE wine and craft beer tastings, FREE food sampling from all participants, lifestyle products, green living, crafts, a farmer’s market, the Savor VIP lounge, FREE Strongbow Beer Garden and the 22 Day Nutrition music stage, plus two tents featuring a variety of seminars and cooking and gardening demos.
11am to 7pm
Midtown Miami Tents – 29th Street and 1st Avenue,
For more info visit http://www.seedfoodandwine.com/festival/