Get your crew together, start planning your outfit and buy your tickets because we outsiiiiide this summer for the inaugural Célébrez en Rosé Wine and Music festival in Chicago. Formerly known as La Fête du Rosé, the pink and white-themed event will take place in Chicago’s Burnham Park on Saturday June 25 which just happens to be International Rosé Day. Célébrez en Rosé in French means “Celebrate in Pink.” Organizers of the Black-owned experience for everyone, have put together an all-star music lineup for its debut in Chicago and its good! The inaugural Chicago Célébrez en Rosé festival will feature world-renowned contemporary R&B artist and hitmaker Robin Thicke, Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and actress Mýa, Rotimi, Tamia, legendary rapper/DJ MC Lyte, and more acts to be announced as the event date draws near.
Célébrez en Rosé wine and music festival, the picnic-style event, founded in 2018 in the past has featured prominent musical artists like Lupe Fiasco, Estelle, DJ Cassidy, Marian Hill, DJ Z-Trip, Mannie Fresh, and more. The nation’s premier Black-owned wine festival also announced plans to partner with three marquee Black-owned wine brands: La Fête Wine Company, McBride Sisters Wine Company, and Michael Lavelle Wines for this year’s four-city (Atlanta, Houston, Washington D.C., and Chicago) tour. In addition to its all-star musical lineup, the event will also feature high fashion, Instagram-worthy photo installations, VIP experiences, and culinary offerings.
“Since the event’s inception, we’ve continued to improve the experience and music for our guests, and this year will be no different,” said Cleveland Spears, III, founder of Célébrez en Rosé. “Music is a huge part of that experience, and I’m proud to say that there will truly be something for everyone at each of the four Célébrez en Rosé events in 2022. We look forward to being back in D.C. and Atlanta with a few new and exciting surprises in store, and introducing our new audiences in Chicago and Houston to a rosé all day experience like nothing they’ve seen before.”
Célébrez en Rosé wine and music festival, has continued to grow in popularity and attendance since it launched four years ago under the name of La Fête du Rosé in Atlanta. The event will be making its third appearance in both Atlanta and D.C., and debuting for the first time in 2022 in two new cities, Houston and Chicago.
For more information about for Célébrez en Rosé Music and Wine Festival or to purchase tickets, visit celebrezenrose.com.
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