Back again for another year, Wine Down Main Street presented by Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee (BGCMT) will be held in Historic Downtown Franklin Saturday, Nov. 4, from 7 to 10 p.m. And the cause is giving you 4,150 reasons to support them. First, by purchasing a ticket you will be assisting 4,000 youth in Williamson County and secondly, there will be over 150 wines to taste throughout the evening.
You’re in for a great evening incuding: 27 participating restaurants with favorites such as Buttermilk Sky Pie, Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-B-Q, Puckett’s Boat House, and Buttermilk Sky Pie, Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-B-Q, Puckett’s Boat House, and many more.
Watch our interview with Denise Carothers, Director of Resource Development for the Boys & Girls Club where she tells us what you can expect on Saturday night in downtown Franklin as Main Street closes for this special event.
We are live in downtown Franklin talking about Wine Down Main Street this weekend
Posted by Williamson Source on Monday, October 30, 2017
With 31 tasting stations, you will meet a delicious glass of wine inside each participating, charming shop in downtown Franklin. You’ll have the opportunity to sample 150+ different wines from around the country including the Italian Eros Spinzonni wine collection.
The downtown Franklin merchants will again host thousands of supporters during this unique wine tasting event. Wine Down Main Street has been called Williamson County’s “Best Charity/Fundraising Event” for nine years straight. Since 2001, Wine Down Main Street has raised more than $1,590,605 for BGCMT’s Franklin and Fairview clubs, which receives all proceeds from the event. Both are United Way agencies.
General admission tickets for the main event are $85, purchase ten or more General Admission tickets for a discount of $10 per ticket.
Tickets include wine, beer and food tastings by many of Middle Tennessee’s favorite restaurants. A limited number of $200 Premium VIP and $125 VIP tickets are available as well. Click here, to purchase tickets. All proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee.