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Tickets

 

One Day Ticket    Weekend Pass
Adults: $15 $25
Seniors: $13 $21
Students: $8 No weekend
ticket available

Children
(ages 5-17)

$7 No weekend
ticket available

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Your ticket to ChocolateFest includes:

Chocolate Tastings- The majority of exhibitors provide samples of their product at no charge. There are over 60 chocolate vendors alone, so you can imagine there is quite a lot of chocolate to sample! Some exhibitors choose to charge a nominal fee for tastings. If you like what you taste, their products are available for purchase to take home and enjoy.

Presentations and Demonstrations- Throughout the weekend ChocolateFest hosts educational presentations on topics such as the Cacao Tree and The Bean to Bar Process, as well as cooking demonstrations on the main stage that feature chocolate as the main ingredient in both sweet and savory dishes.  All presentations and demonstrations are included with your ticket.

Education- ChocolateFest provides you the opportunity to meet and mingle with one of the largest gatherings of chocolatiers in the country and learn about their process of creating the sweet treats we all enjoy.

Wineries and Distilleries- ChocolateFest also features a large variety of wineries and distilleries for attendees 21 and older to enjoy.  Wine tastings are available for a nominal fee. Full glasses and/or wine flights are available for purchase.  If you like what you taste, bottles are available for purchase to take home and enjoy. On Friday night’s 21 and older premiere, many of the wineries provide tastings at no charge.

You might not know…

  • ChocolateFest is a fundraiser for the nonprofit World Forestry Center, because after all, chocolate comes from a tree! All proceeds from ChocolateFest help to support the World Forestry Center’s mission to educate and inform people about the world’s forests and trees, and environmental sustainability.
  • ChocolateFest was recently voted one of the Top 10 Specialty Food Festivals in the nation by USA TODAY!