It’s almost time for Disneyland to have their Food and Wine Festival at Disney California Adventure from March 4 – April 26th! We have a look at what you can expect. There are a dozen Festival Marketplaces around Disney California Adventure Park serving all kinds of food and beverage options that highlight the various regions in California.
The Sip and Savor Pass will also be returning with eight coupons you can redeem for select nonalcoholic beverages or food items at certain locations.
“*A Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival Sip and Savor Pass will expire on April 26, 2022, and will not be valid at any other event or at any other time. Passes are nonrefundable, subject to restrictions, and not valid for Theme Park admission. No substitutions. Sip and Savor offerings at participating restaurants may be tasting-size portions only, not full entrée sizes.”
In the Hollywood Backlot area there will be some entertainment for you to enjoy including the “Alice’s Wonderland Bakery Unbirthday Party” for kids ages 3-11 featuring the all new ‘Alice’s Wonderland Bakery’ characters from the new show on Disney Junior.
This event lets kids do hands-on-cupcake decorating. Participants can sign up 45 minutes before each show time and space is limited.
In the Hollywood Backlot Chef Goofy and Chip ‘n’ Dale Jammin’ Chefs will be around for you to enjoy.
Saturdays and Sundays offer special culinary demonstrations at the Hollywood Backlot Stage.
For additonal fees you can enjoy “Signature events”(Signature just means it costs more) at “Carthay Circle Winemaker Receptions or special wine, beer and mixology seminars at Sonoma Terrace. Learn more at Disneyland.com/FoodandWine.**”
Soarin Over California will also return for a limited time starting on March 4th
There will be special merchandise including a Spirit Jersey:
This all starts on March 4th so get ready to wine and dine your way around Disney California Adventure!
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Source: Disney Parks Blog
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