Colorado Mountain Winefest is without a doubt one of the best and most fun events you will attend, and this year is going to be amazing as we've all had two years to prepare for the event. The Colorado Association for Viticulture & Enology (CAVE) has worked with local health officials to make sure that the Colorado Mountain Winefest can return this year taking place in September.

The two-day festival in the park will be at Riverbend Park in Palisade on Saturday, September 18th, and Sunday, September 19th with a limited number of tickets being available for each day to allow for social distancing. Both days will offer the same incredible experience with unlimited sips of some of the best wines created by dozens of Colorado wineries. As always you can also expect to find artisan vendors, live music, educational seminars, and chef demos by local experts.

What If I Purchased Tickets to Colorado Winefest in 2020 Which Was Canceled?

All ticket holders from the canceled event in 2020 will have early access to purchase tickets to the event being held this year. There will NOT be any two-day passes sold for the Festival in the park.

When and How Do I Purchase Tickets for the Colorado Mountain Winefest in 2021?

Tickets go on sale to the public on Tuesday, March 30th at 9:00 a.m. MST.

*Remember all attendees must be 21+ with a valid ID to enter the Colorado Mountain Winefest. The event will take place rain or shine and no refunds will be available for tickets.*

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Different Ticket Options for Colorado Mountain Winefest

General Admission | $75 | 12:00pm-4:00pm
Includes entrance into the park, a commemorative wine glass and wine tote, unlimited tastings from dozens of Colorado wineries, educational seminars, chef demos, live music, shopping at artisan vendors and more!

VIP | $275 | 11:00am-4:00pm
New This Year! Your VIP Ticket includes Early Access to the Festival in the Park from 11:00am-12:00pm! This ticket includes a separate entrance to the shaded VIP Pavilion, commemorative Riedel crystal wine glass and wine tote filled with gifts, exclusive parking in our VIP parking area, a delicious array of fresh gourmet dishes, concierge wine storage located in the Pavilion, unlimited tastings from dozens of Colorado wineries, live music, chef demonstrations and educational seminars! Your VIP ticket will act as a shuttle ticket as well! Simply show it to the shuttle driver and you will gain access to the round trip shuttle from Grand Junction to Palisade on September 18th OR 19th, a $20 value!

Reserved Cabanas | $2,000 | 11:00am-4:00pm
New This Year! Celebrate Colorado Mountain Winefest in style with your very own Reserved Cabana! This includes a private 10x10 tent, seating for six (maximum capacity of ten), two bottles of Colorado wine, a charcuterie board, and a VIP host to assist with questions and Festival information! The Reserved Cabana includes six General Admission tickets and early access to the Festival in the Park from 11:00am-12:00pm through the dedicated VIP entrance as well as six Riedel crystal wine glasses and six wine totes filled with gifts from our sponsors! Festival parking is included. This ticket DOES NOT include access to the VIP Pavilion. To purchase, please contact the CAVE & Colorado Winefest office at
Limited Quantity Available!

Non-Drinker | $25 | 12:00pm-4:00pm
This ticket includes entrance into the park, educational seminars, chef demonstrations and live music! No Wine Purchase or Consumption.

Round-Trip Shuttle | $20 | 10:00am-5:00pm
These shuttles stop at several participating hotels on Horizon Drive and Downtown Grand Junction. These round-trip tickets are $20.00 each and can be purchased online or the day of at the DoubleTree Hotel and Springhill Suites. Day of tickets are $25.00. This ticket does NOT include admission to Colorado Mountain Winefest. You must purchase your shuttle ticket for either Saturday, September 18th or Sunday, September 19th.

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