The WINK Taste of The Town kicks off Saturday with live music, food, and fun for all. The event takes place on November 6 and 7 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Centennial Park in Fort Myers, along the Caloosahatchee River.
The event will include live music, a children’s area, local businesses, and more than 25 food trucks from all over Southwest Florida. FREE admission to the first 2,500 people.
Businesses Supporting Communities supports local businesses as well as local charities. WINK Taste of the Town will be benefiting CAMEO of Lee County.
Don’t miss a unique opportunity to enjoy music, food, and fun while discovering the best of Lee County.
Businesses Supporting Communities will be following all CDC guidelines required for SWFL at the time of this event. Masks are not required upon entry, although social distancing is encouraged. Facial coverings and hand sanitizer will be available at every booth.
Tickets to this event will be $10 a person, ages 12 and under are free.
More information on live entertainment and businesses attending can be found at bscevent.com.
Saturday, Nov. 6
- Alec Prorock & Gary Goetz (Playing Jazz Standards and Ballads
- The Mood Zombies (Southern Rock/Country)
- Hat Trick (Reggae)
- Deb and the Dynamics (R&B/Dance Music)
- More TBA
Sunday, Nov. 7
- Charlie Pace (R&B, Indie, Blues)
- Susie Badge featuring Marc Gonazalez & Ray Marsch (Rock, Acoustic)
- The Collaboration Band
- More TBA