This is the party of the year!
"Early Bird", tickets go on sale for Fiddle Fest 2.0 on April 6 at 11am (CA time). The discounted cost is $72.80 until May 2 at 5pm and includes early entry (at noon) to the party.
"Early Bird" Ticket $ 72.80 available until May 2, 5pm
WINE CLUB MEMBERS
Please sign up below for tickets and early admission.
On May 3 at 7:28am, the "General Admission" price goes up to $80.00 (1pm entry).
On Monday, July 16 at 7:28am, the "General Admission" price goes up to $90.00 (1pm entry).
Tickets at the door $100.00
Designated Driver Ticket $ 40
Tickets are non-refundable after July 6th
Read below what this magical celebration is all about and the ways to participate.
Our biggest celebration of the year will take place at our vineyard Fiddlestix on Saturday, July 28th. If you can't make it to Lompoc, not to worry... simply toast with us from afar!
At Fiddlehead, we embrace the joy of sharing wine with our friends and are always looking for fun ways to share our passion. Several years ago, we had an epiphany when we realized the very cool connection between our flagship Pinot Noir, called "728", and the date 7/28 (July 28th!). We couldn't help ourselves. This HAD to become a reality. And it has.
July 28th is the date when Pinot Noir fans and wine lovers from around the global come together to join our virtual toast with a glass of "728" Pinot. We celebrate not only the wine, but also the "place" - our renowned Fiddlestix Vineyard at mile marker 7.28 where the wine is sourced from.
We hope you will share in our excitement of continuing to make 7/28 the largest National toast year after year. Wherever you are, whatever you are doing, grab your friends, a bottle of 728 and join in! Snap your best and most creative photo and send it to us.... don't forget to share your 7/28 celebration photos (#Drink728) - Facebook, Twitter, instagram, Email.. Our greatest reward is seeing your satisfaction.
Need a bottle of "728" Pinot Noir to celebrate with?
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WAYS TO PARTICIPATE:
Join the "Land-Based" Party at Fiddlestix Vineyard in Lompoc:
Saturday, July 28th Early Birds from 12 - 4, (General Admission from 1-4) at our vineyard on Santa Rosa Rd in the Santa Rita Hills
- More than 30 wines open for tasting
- A take-home commemorative etched Burgundy glass
- The most amazing and tasty food selected to pair perfectly with our wines
- Great line-up of wines to taste, including verticals and library vintages of '728' and much more
- Special deals on '728' this day only
- Music by The Ukeladies
- BBQ Lunch
- Amazing dessert by Theresa Anderson
- Vineyard tours
- A Fundraiser for The Women's Fund of Northern Santa Barbara
Celebrate with a virtual toast. Throw Your Own Party with Family and Friends!
Wherever you are, whatever you're doing, grab your friends and join us in a virtual toast!
It's easy... and don't forget to share your 7/28 celebration photos (#Drink728) - Facebook, Twitter, instagram, Email.
Hampton Inn & Suites Buellton - Santa Ynez Valley
600 McMurray Road, Buellton, California, 93427
Phone: +1-805-686-1555FAX: +1-805-686-0988
Check-in: 3:00 pm Check-out: 11:00 am
Parking: Self parking: (Complimentary.)
Valet: Not Available
Pets: Service animals allowed: Yes
Pets allowed: No
Hampton Inn & Suites Buellton – 20% off discount
Go to www.buelltonsantaynezvalley.hamptonbyhilton.com
minimum 2 night stay on weekends
open-midweek for 1 night arrivals based on availability
Hilton Garden Inn Lompoc
1201 N H St, Lompoc, CA 93436
Phone: 1 (805) 735-1880
Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am
Parking: Self parking: (Complimentary), Valet: Not Available
Pets: Service animals allowed: Yes
Pets allowed: No
Alisal Guest Ranch - Solvang
1054 Alisal Road, Solvang, California, 93463
Phone: +1 (805) 688-6411
A secluded and sprawling ranch in the scenic Santa Ynez Valley, with 50 miles of trails, two golf courses, tennis courts, a lake, pool, spa, and fine dining, Free Wifi, Free Parking, Breakfast included
LA PURISIMA MISSION STATE HISTORIC PARK 2295 Purisima Road , Lompoc , CA 93436
Founded in 1787, the La Purisima Mission land holdings once covered nearly 470 square miles. Bordered by the Santa Maria River in the North and the Gaviota coastline in the South, the land was home to the Chumash people and Spanish settlers. The mission was best known for its hides and blankets, and at its peak inhabitants herded as many as 24,000 cattle and sheep.
MURALS OF LOMPOC
Inspired by a trip to British Columbia, Gene and Judy Stevens started the murals over 30 years ago. Lompoc has close to 30 major commissioned murals in its inventory. They all depict a part of Lompoc’s history and are located primarily in the old downtown area.
You can see a map of all the murals here
Established in 1969, the Lompoc Museum exhibits document the archeology and history of the Lompoc Valley and Santa Barbara County. The Museum was established in Lompoc’s former Carnegie Library to display the Clarence Ruth Collection of Chumash and other Native American artifacts.
More info: http://www.lompocmuseum.org/
ARTESIA SCHOOL MUSEUM
The Artesia School Museum is a fully restored and furnished one-room country schoolhouse. Built in 1876, Artesia was the first country school in the Lompoc Valley. It remained in constant use until 1961. A City and County Landmark, Artesia is open to the public the fourth Saturday of every month from 2 - 4 pm. More info http://www.lompocmuseum.org/artesia.php
STONE PINE HALL
Located immediately adjacent to the main Lompoc Museum building, Stone Pine Hall is used for Museum programs, including lectures, live performances, and receptions. The 1925 structure was built by the Lompoc chapter of the First Church of Christ, Scientist. More info
JALAMA BEACH COUNTY PARK
9999 Jalama Road, Lompoc, CA 93436
Park Reservations (805) 568-2460
Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm, except holidays. Online Reservations are available 24 hours, 365 days/year Reservations@sbparks.org
Jalama ... the perfect place to surf, sunbathe or simply explore. Miles of sandy beach, waves breaking on the shore, and little sign of civilization.
Explore the most popular trails near Lompoc with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Explore the old-world Danish architecture and treat yourself at our delicious Danish bakeries. You’ll find boutique shopping and international cuisine plus 20 wine tasting rooms and more than 120 Santa Barbara County wineries to discover and savor.
FIDDLEHEAD CELLARS, 1597 E. CHESTNUT AVENUE LOMPOC, CA 93436
Tasting Hours: Monday - Thursday: By Appointment only
Friday 4pm-7pm, Saturday 11am-5pm, Sunday 11am-4pm
1 805.735.7728 | 1 805.742.0204
Call us to inquire about Weekday appointments.