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8 Mar

Warm Up Your Weekend with Jazz-On-The-Vine at the Long Island Winterfest 2013

Jazzing at Winterfest 2013

Jazzing at Winterfest

Winter snowstorms getting you down?   Why warm up with a little hot jazz and wine at Long Island’s 6th Annual Winterfest.

For 6 consecutive weekends from February 16 to March 24, 2013, the East End of Long Island comes alive with the sound of exceptional Jazz performances enjoyed in the tasting rooms of area wineries. The East End has long been noted for their acclaimed vineyards and during Winterfest guests have the opportunity to enjoy the wines while listening to sounds of such noted musicians such as Amanda Ruzza Group, Annette A. Anguilar & StringBeans, Amy Cervini Quartet, Blur Division, Mambo Logo, Steve Watson and Friends and many more.

There is an admission cost of $20 per person which includes a glass of wine and the music.  The vineyard landscapes are beautiful and worth a weekend stay.   The Hotel Indigo is not only a sponsor of Winterfest, but they also bring the music inside for their guests to hear in their restaurant, Bistro 72, as well as in the beautiful fireplace (indoor or outdoor) lobby. Check their website for special deals during Winterfest.  There is plenty to do in the East End of Long Island and during Winterfest.A view of the Hotel Indigo Outdoor Fireplace which sits in the center of the Poolscape   November 2010 Courtesy of Hotel Indigo East End

And if you’ll be traveling with your children, it’s good to know that kids are welcome at the wineries.  Be sure to check out our article featuring great kids activities in the East End of Long Island.


  • Jessie
    03/18/2013 at 10:54 pm

    What is it about Spring and Jazz festivals? They are great, whether it is cold or not – there is a nice one down here, I am thinking about going down to the North Myrtle Beach resorts and checking it out, it is late next month. It will be nice and warm, but still before the tourist season really kicks up. I love Myrtle Beach that time of year, and the jazz just makes it better!

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