Guadalupe Valley Wine, Food & Music Festival Returns This September

In Baja by Suzanne Koch

Mexico’s Valle de Guadalupe in Baja Norte is gaining popularity among vino-lovers for its unique and delicious wine scene. And with the return of the fourth Guadalupe Valley Wine, Food & Music Festival on September 14, there’s no better time to visit the destination.

The festival will take place at Bodegas del Valle, located in a region where more than 90-percent of Mexican wine is produced. Guests can look forward to plenty of wine in addition to mouthwatering cuisine from top chefs and tunes from an array of artists from all over the world. Take a look below for additional highlights to look forward to.


Sip the very best of Mexican wines, including vino from local wineries and more. Each wine is hand-selected for its ability to perfectly pair with the cuisine from the participating chefs.


Dive into farm-to-table eats from Michelin-starred Chef Drew Deckman, the man behind his namesake restaurant Deckman’s en el Mogor. Enjoy tastes from Argentinian mastermind Chef Dante Ferrero who recently opened Dante in Mexico City, or try something innovative from Edo Kobayashi Group, known for introducing Japanese cuisine to Mexico City’s culinary scene. Additional culinary highlights include Chef Marco Carboni of Mexico City’s Satoria by Marco Carboni and Chef Luis Valle, native of Los Mochis.


The festival will be accompanied by beats from an array of artists including headliner UNKLE, a powerhouse in electronic music. Other acts include German quintet Thieves Like Us, London-based Kerala DustMatthew Dear, Iranian-American Sharam TayebiMiami HorrorDance SpiritSantos y Zurdo, Django Django, Kalabrese, Alejandro Franco, Anabel Englund, Frikstailers, Arthur Baker and Sim0nimo

Festival tickets are available for advance purchase for $200 through July 31 and $250 from August 1 through September 14. Ticket prices include food. Click here to purchase tickets.

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