Hey Darlings! I’m excited to announce that I have partnered with La Fête du Rosé as one of their official Influencer Partners for 2019. The organizers of La Fête du Rosé, a picnic-style celebration of all things rosé including wines, champagnes, and lifestyle, will be here in Atlanta in Piedmont Park on June 29th for their 2nd annual event.
Last years festival included more than 2,200 guests in attendance for the inaugural 2018 La Fête du Rosé Atlanta. Enjoy a video recap here.
This years entertainment lineup headline performances include legendary rapper, producer, and DJ, Mannie Fresh and Atlanta local and star of OWN’s hit TV show “Ready for Love,” DJ Stormy. This years event will also feature DJ Jay Envy, DJ Grace Lamour, and live music from The Mad Violinist Ashanti Floyd, and R&B guitarist Xeno Moonflower. Krystal Garner of BET’s “The Grand Hustle” will serve as emcee.
I absolutely attending festivals because its a great opportunity to meet new people, enjoy amazing food and enjoy amazing music. Cleveland Spears, III, founder of La Fête du Rosé was quoted saying “Music is a huge part of the experience, so we wanted to ensure there was something for everyone at this year’s event. After such an incredible reception of the concept last year, we are confident that the 2019 edition of La Fête du Rosé will become one of Atlanta’s hottest and most talked about events of the entire year.” I’m incline to agree. Atlanta is a place thats always popping! Literally! There is always something to do here. I love that Atlanta serves as a major hub for brands, entrepreneurs and business owners to bring their visions to fruition. What better place than Atlanta? Although I didn’t have the opportunity to attend last years pink event I heard it was amazing. Hey they say a picture is worth a thousand words and all of the past events pictures that I have seen via social media and blogs have me impatiently awaiting for this experience.
I have a secret! I’m giving away two tickets over on my Instagram page. Trust me you don’t want to miss this event.
What To Wear
The mandatory attire for La Fête du Rosé is pink and white. I love all things pink! Guests can have fun experimenting with their finest pink and white summer attire. It’s the South so derby fashionable attire including: spring dresses, pink and white pastel-colored suits, bold headpieces, vintage dresses and accessories.
Bites & Rosé
It’s encouraged that you take full advantage of the picnic baskets from their culinary curator because no outside food or beverage will be allowed into the event. Keep in mind that there will be additional treats available for purchase, such as: cupcakes, cotton candy, snowballs, popcorn, and more! Guests are encouraged to pre-purchase bottles of Rosé to last the day, and any unopened bottles may be taken home at the end of the event.