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Blended Festival is Giving Life To Human Interaction in 2021

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“It has been 380 days since outdoor festivals came to a halt. As humans, we need to be social. We need interaction. To feel each other’s energy. To dance to our own beat. And to drink wine. Lots of wine. We’ve waited long enough. 2021 is go time. “ https://www.blendedfestival.com/

It’s been too long since we have been able to experience the euphoria of a live show. The thunderous bass pulsing through our bodies as we dance and celebrate life with friends and loved ones. That type of energy now feels like a forbidden pastime.

But Blended Festival plans to change that and break the taboo of social interaction this year by throwing three wine-centric events that are advertised as “the ultimate social experience” and will feature top musical artists like Kaskade and Lil Jon, full culinary immersions, health and wellness experiences, and most of all, lots of great wine.

The Blended Festival began in 2019 and had plans for 2020 but had to postpone due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the disappointment of its fans, there is a silver lining.

“2020 was a trying year for all of us and we certainly missed not being able to have Blended,” My Wine Society CEO Sean Evans said. My Wine Society is the parent company of the Blended Festival. “We’re making up for it in 2021 by having more events, bigger music acts, and enough amazing wine to constantly keep your glass full.”

Known for its vast array of fine wines, Blended Festival offers two complimentary wine tastings with every ticket that can be collected from the festival’s signature wine tent, sponsored by My Wine Society. The wine tent will host celebrity sommelier Matthew Lauren who will be educating the festival’s guests about everything wine. For those who may not be too fond of sour grapes, the tent will have a full bar stocked with craft beers and specialty cocktails.

Blended festival also boasts a curated blend of talent, offering live shows from some of the biggest names in Country, Pop and EDM. Local DJs and bands are set to perform during the earlier hours as the day drinking commences, until the main stage kicks off at 4PM on Friday and 12PM on Saturday.

For those looking to maximize their social experience, VIP ticket holders are invited into the Maxim Village. Sponsored by Maxim, the village is said to be a party of its own, which features a private bar, restrooms, and preferred views of the mainstage, and even the chance to be in the company of the artists themselves. You can learn more about Blended Festival’s Maxim Village here.

Sound too good to be true? Blended Festival is doing their very best to deliver while keeping everyone safe and healthy.

“We are aware of the cautionary steps that come with producing live events in today’s current climate, but people are ready for connection, and to go back to enjoying the things we love,” adds Kristy Rumsey, Director of Marketing and Media. “We are working closely with our venue partners and the City to adhere to all state and local guidelines. We remain optimistic that we have timed Blended to coincide with lesser restrictions, and are prepared to take additional measures to host a safe event so we can fully maximize the true festival experience we have all missed.”

The Blended Festival is scheduled to uncork its much-anticipated comeback at First Horizon Park in Nashville on August 13-14; the Long Center Pavilion in Austin on September 10-11; and San Diego’s Embarcadero Park October 15-16, where the eclectic wine event series began in 2019. For more information, visit BlendedFestival.com

Sahil is a serial entrepreneur and branding specialist. He also serves as a real estate investor and business consultant. He presently serves as the owner of The Brand Castle - Specialist in Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Web Design & Development and more.

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