Wine and Cheese Walk

The Riverfront Shops will host the first ever Wine & Cheese Walk from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 17 on Beach Street in Daytona Beach. In the past, the Riverfront shops have hosted wine and chocolate walks. Suzon Solana, left, of Daytona Beach toasts with her mother, Lorrie Blalock, during a recent Wine & Chocolate Walk.

Sip, sample and socialize with the Riverfront Shops' Wine & Cheese Walk from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 17, in Downtown Daytona Beach.

Attendees can visit participating merchants along Beach Street and taste fine wines and a variety of cheese samples.

Organizers encourage prospective attendees to get together with friends and family to enjoy a Saturday afternoon in historic Downtown Daytona Beach.

“We’ve been producing successful events like the Wine & Chocolate Walk for a little over 10 years and we are excited to bring the first Wine & Cheese Walk to Downtown Daytona. It’s a great opportunity to show off the beautiful new streetscape and sidewalks of our Downtown Daytona area,” said Event Producer Al Smith of Al Smith Productions.

The Wine & Cheese Walk will have two check-in points, one on North Beach Street and one on South Beach Street, where attendees will get their passport, wine glass and beverage tickets. Free parking is available behind the Riverfront Shops.

Advance tickets are $20 per person and can be purchased online at wine-cheese-walk.eventbrite.com through 11:30 p.m. Friday, April 16. Tickets also will be available the day of event at registration for $25 per person until sold out.

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