Miami’s Newest Culinary Event, The HESS SELECT South Beach Seafood Festival will celebrate the signature seafood of Miami, Oct. 19, 2013, and showcase premier culinary arts and entertainment while supporting local community education efforts in the area. It’s a must event, open to the public!
This day long festival will be hosted at 9th and Ocean in Lummus Park, Miami Beach and will showcase a culinary experience with local restaurateur food gardens featuring signature menu items such as stone crabs, lobster mac, raw bar, ceviche, mussels, and paella, interactive activities and villages, signature cocktails, wine pairings, beer gardens, live entertainment, chef demonstration stations, a kids zone, and much more.
General admission and VIP tickets are available at www.sobeseafoodfest.com. And, attendees get special benefits among the opportunity to experience menu items in the culinary cafe areas and delicious cocktails, all available for purchase:
GA: $25, includes entrance, access to all interactive & demonstration activities, live music, kids zone area, and more
VIP: $150, includes access to the City National Bank VIP Pavilion with all day open bar and complimentary VIP food stations from restaurant partners, along with the VIP passport, and promotional giveaways
Major event sponsors include title Sponsor, Hess Select, along with Premier Beverage, Bacardi, Stoli, Herradura, and VOSS, Gold Coast Beverages with Blue Moon, Peroni, and Crispin, our VIP Pavilion Host,City National Bank, Warren Henry Auto Group, the official Range Rover of the event, Badia, the host of the Chef Demo Village, Goya, Tabasco, Publix, Equinox, Coca-Cola, 50 State Security, Arquitectonica, Metro Signs, Mike’s Cigars, the official cigar supplier, US Army, Nature’s Own, and Target. Media Partners include Miami New Times, Miami Herald, Indulge Magazine, Community Newspapers, Just Ask Boo, and SocialMiami. Restaurant partners will be announced online.
The event schedule will include a private VIP kick off dinner at Joe’s Stone Crabs, Thursday, October 17th in Jesse’s Room, hosted for major sponsors and festival partners to kick off stone crab season. The dinner will include a signature wine experience by Premier Beverage’s Master Sommelier, Andrew McNamara, among other gifts and specialties throughout the event. Limited tickets are available for $500 a person. Additional weekend events will be listed online at www.sobeseafoodfest.com.
SoBe Seafood Fest will be brought to you by CI Management, who has chosen the Miami Beach Chamber Education Foundation, and CI Foundation, as well as Susan G. Komen in honor of breast cancer awareness month as their event beneficiaries. For more information on the event, visit www.sobeseafoodfest.com or you can find us at www.facebook.com/sobeseafoodfest or on
Sponsorship opportunities are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 305-255-3500.
ABOUT CI MANAGEMENT CI Management is a full-service production and management agency specializing in experiential event marketing solutions. Our client roster spans a wide range of brands, celebrities, and charitable foundations currently resulting in 65 events each year. With almost 20 years of industry experience and 800 successfully completed events, our team strategically handles all aspects of your event marketing: planning, concept development, sponsorship alignment and activation to ensure the work is executed on time, on budget and on point. For more information, visit www.ci-mgt.com.
ABOUT HESS SELECT Hess Family Estates produces terroir driven wines on four continents, and includes the wines of The Hess Collection on Mount Veeder in the Napa Valley; Artezin from California’s North Coast; Sequana, highlighting Sonoma’s Russian River Valley and the Santa Lucia Highlands of the Central Coast; MacPhail Family Wines, with Pinot Noir expressions from California and Oregon’s greatest growing regions; Peter Lehmann wines from Australia’s Barossa Valley; Colome? and Amalaya from the Salta Province of Argentina; and Glen Carlou from Paarl, South Africa.
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