Miami, FL | March 4, 2017
Veuve Clicquot celebrates Carnival at Museum Park overlooking Biscayne Bay in Miami on Saturday, March 4. You can expect a day full of flowing champagne (yes please!), parades, live music and samba dancing, and enjoy food from some of the city’s best gourmet food trucks. The event benefits the Pérez Art Museum (so you’re basically drinking champagne for a good cause), and a $35 ticket (which you can purchase here) includes a one-year guest pass to the museum.
Augusta, GA | April 6 – 9, 2017
Golf is not dead, as evidenced by the squad of millennial golfers who have made their way to the top of the leader boards over the past few years (and who all seem to be friends, like a male version of T Swift and gang). And many of them will be playing for the chance to wear the Green Jacket at this year’s Masters golf tournament, a “tradition unlike any other” held each year at the pristine Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia. The energy at the tournament makes it exciting even for us non-golfers (🙋). The course is breathtakingly beautiful covered in blooming azaleas, and the golfers aren’t bad to look at, either. Yes, Jordan Spieth may be a good 10 years our junior but could he BE any cuter? (Said in our best Chandler Bing voice).
Indio, CA | April 14 – 16 & 21 – 23, 2017
Come mid April, all of our Instagram feeds will be clogged with pictures of everyone and their mom at Coachella. If you aren’t there, a raging case of FOMO will likely ensue with each scroll session. Especially because this year, Beyoncé is headlining, along with the likes of Radiohead and Kendrick Lamar. Needless to say, this is going to be one for the books, guys. And, of course, tickets are already sold out through the festival itself, but you can still snag some through 3rd parties… just be careful, only passes that are purchased through Coachella’s official ticket partner are guaranteed authentic.
Austin, TX | April 28 – 30, 2017
You don’t have to twist our arm to get us down to Austin, Texas for a 3-day festival which consists of pretty much nothing but eating and drinking with some of the country’s finest chefs, sommeliers and winemakers. Such is Austin Food+Wine, held at Auditorium Shores and Fair Market. The events include a Grand Taste Pavilion, cooking demos, the world’s largest hands-on grilling demonstration, a contest between the chefs for who can make the ultimate taco, and a Sunday gospel brunch. If you’re going to make a trip of it, go for the All-In ticket (get them here), it’s worth it. Check out this video for more of what you can expect at Austin Food+Wine.