Midwest Winefest is Wichita's premier wine and food festival!
Tickets start to go on sale January 13, 2022.
This year we will host the Old Town Walkabout and the Reserve Room events. Old Town Walkabout is Thursday, April 21, 2022 from 5:30pm - 8:00pm. Enjoy a variety of food, wines, and music by local talents in Wichita's Old Town district!
The purchase price for each ticket is $50. An indefinite amount of tickets will be sold. All entries are final and non-refundable. Giveaway tickets may not be exchanged for cash. Guadalupe Health Foundation reserves the right to reject any entry or ticket purchase that is submitted with a payment method that does not clear or otherwise fails to constitute “good funds,” including but not limited to any returned check or canceled or rejected electronic or digital purchase. All defective, tampered, or physically altered tickets will be immediately disqualified by Guadalupe Health Foundation. Prior to the Prize drawing, Guadalupe Health Foundation will make a reasonable effort to notify an individual and/or entity whose entry is disqualified or for which payment has been rejected. Guadalupe Health Foundation assumes no responsibility for lost, late, misdirected or non-delivered mail or electronic entries, purchases or other messages, or any other failure to receive orders or deliver tickets prior to the drawing deadlines.
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