This past weekend, the Music City Food + Wine Festival took place in downtown Nashville, featuring some of the city’s best restaurants, brewers, distillers and vinters plus great music. By all accounts, the second annual event can be counted a success. Organizers hope to tap into the synergy happening in Nashville’s cultural scene, and with ticket sales up 40 percent from last year and half of the attendees coming from out of town, the Tennessean reported that the strategy for boosting attendance seemed to work.
Bone McAllester Norton’s Alcoholic Beverage Law practice provided the appropriate licensing for the event.
Read the full Tennessean article here.
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