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January 9th - 11th, 2015 

Friday 5:30PM to 10:30PM | Saturday 11:00AM-10:30PM | Sunday 11:00AM-6:00PM 

All Ages Event

3836 Main Street, Jordan Village
Free Admission Saturday & Sunday

 

Enjoy a sweet, sparkling and sensational winter weekend on the streets of the Jordan Village. Twenty Valley Winter WineFest features red, white, sparkling wines and Icewines from over 24 premium area wineries.
Food Network star, Chef Michael Smith spice up the festival with daily cooking demos and Canadian recording artists The Mohrs, Yukon Blonde and The Glorious Sons take us into the night with a set of free concerts. Indulge in our delicious food offerings from local restaurants and enjoy daily fashion shows and winemakers’ challenges.A can't miss activity of the festival is the Cave Spring After Party, held in the barrel cellar of the Historic Cave Spring Cellars the After Party features live music, appetizers, beer, cocktails and wine from Cave Spring Cellars.Saturday evening and Sunday morning join us for The Chef Michael Smith Sweet. Sparkling. Sensational Dinner! or The Chef Michael Smith Icewine Brunch in the Windows Room of On the Twenty Restaurant. Treat your self to a three course brunch featuring an Icewine inspired menu created by host and chef, Michael Smith.

Limited tickets are available.

 

 Volunteers Needed Click Here!

 

 
Tokens for food, beer, cocktails and wine are $3.25 (tax included).

 

Friday Night Kick Off

Gates open at 5:30PM | All Ages Event

NEW THIS YEAR! We are kicking off the weekend Friday night with Country! CCMA Female Artist of the Year Kira Isabella. Local artists The Jeff Brown Band, up and comer Dylan Menzie from PEI and Leah Daniels will also warm up the winter crowd.

Tickets to this exciting night are $15 in advance and $20 at the door.

Presented by KX94.7 | 9:30PM - Kira Isabella - With Caffeine & Big Dreams, Kira Isabella’s sophomore album on Sony Music Entertainment Canada, the Ottawa-born Country singer/songwriter has released a set of songs that showcase her depth as an artist as never before. "One of the main things that I want to convey,” she says, “is growth – not only as a vocalist and a songwriter, but personally as well.”  

In 2009, Isabella’s drive and undeniable talent attracted the attention of major labels, ultimately leading to a deal with Sony Music Entertainment Canada. With the release of her first single, the title track of her debut album, Love Me Like That, Isabella found herself with a serious crossover hit on her hands, which earned her a 2012 Canadian Radio Music Award. Her success with follow up singles, “A Real Good Radio” and “A Little More Work,” opened up more doors, among them the chance to perform at high profile shows such as the Boots and Hearts Festival and Big Valley Jamboree and an opportunity to share the stage with the likes of Gord Bamford, Aaron Pritchett, Terri Clark and Carrie Underwood.

In 2012, Isabella’s success garnered her the Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Award for ‘Rising Star’ and, in 2013, she made her US debut with the release of “A Country Boy For Christmas” (HitShop Records). That year she was nominated for a JUNO Award for ‘Breakthrough Artist of the Year’ and took home the 2013 CCMA Award for ‘Female Artist of the Year.’ While those achievements and her second consecutive nomination for the 2014 CCMA Award for ‘Female Artist of the Year’ are a thrill, fame has never been the driving force behind Isabella’s passion for music. Rather it’s her desire to make an impact in her listener’s lives with her songs. "That's something that's always been the most important to me; growing as a writer and a storyteller and, more than anything else, making music that people connect with personally.”


8:15PM - Leah Daniels - Leah has steadily been building a fan base for the past couple of years. She credits the on-line social media world for much of the audience she’s already secured and it shows. She’s a two time CCMA Award nominee for “Interactive Artist” and the winner of the 2014 CCMA Spotlight Performance determined entirely by fan votes across Canada. Leah’s early career performances have been most notable. A tour with Alan Jackson, a Green-carpet performance at the 2014 CCMA Awards plus shows for the Toronto Argonauts (Skydome) and the Maple Leafs (Air Canada Centre) were the most recent highlights.

 

Purchase tickets at the gate!

Prepaid Tickets can be picked up at the Gate on 19th Street

Also Friday:

7PM - Dylan Menzie

6PM -The Jeff Brown Band 


Free Saturday Concerts

Saturday January 10th, 2015

Presented by 97.7HTZ-FM | 9:15 PM - There is a mechanic shop in the heart of industrial Kingston - it’s tucked in the corner of a dusty cul-de-sac, surrounded by dead trees and rusted out machinery. That’s where The Glorious Sons call home. Having burst onto the scene in 2013 by winning the HTZ-FM Rocksearch and following that up with two top-10 Active Rock singles (“Mama” #6, “White Noise” #2), this band’s ascent in the world of Canadian music has been quick and well-deserved. They are the next generation of great Canadian rock to emerge from the Lime Stone City. The Glorious Sons are an everyman band, telling real stories from a blue-collar perspective. They hit their stride with their new album, “The Union”, a collection of honest and heartfelt songs touching on themes of life, love, passion, loss and redemption. Vocalist/lyricist Brett Emmons is one of the strongest new voices in Canadian rock, backed by a lush, loud and powerful soundtrack supplied by guitarists Jay Emmons & Andrew Young, and the rhythm section comprised of Adam Paquette (Drums) & Chris Huot (Bass).

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
6:15PM - It seems as if The Mohrs have been thirteen years in the
making. Headed by Winnipeg-native Jackie Mohr, The Mohrs are
currently getting ready to releasetheir debut album and bringing
audiences back to a time where chicks ruled the rock and roll stage. 

 

7:15PM - Yukon Blonde's Tiger Talk was released in the spring of 2012. Having played over 200 shows in 2011 behind their debut self-titled LP and their Fire//Water EP, the band moved seamlessly into the release of this new album and continuing to tour around the world. In 2012 alone, the band has toured Europe twice, several USA tours (including opening for The Jezabels at 30+ shows in 300-600 cap rooms, fall 2012), performed at countless summer festivals, completed one almost entirely sold-out headlining Canadian tour (25 shows) and are currently on tour supporting friends The Sheepdogs. This album represents the next adventurous step in Yukon Blond e's career.

 

Chef Michael Smith Sweet. Sparkling. Sensational Dinner! - SOLD OUT

 

The Chef Michael Smith Sweet. Sparkling. Sensational Dinner! blends the best of the Twenty Valley Winter WineFest into one incredible dinner. Indulge in a three course meal featuring an Icewine infused menu created by the evening's host and chef, Michael Smith. 

The dinner will take place in the gorgeous Windows Room of On the Twenty Restaurant which features spectacular views of the Jordan Valley. 

$109(plusHST) Early Bird $99(plus HST) until December 31st | Tickets are SOLD OUT

On the Twenty Restaurant
3836 Main St., Jordan Village
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Featured Icewines: TBA

Cave Spring After Party 

 

This is the ultimate party of the Twenty Valley Winter WineFest. Held in the barrel cellars of historic Cave Spring Cellars get ready to party with Beer, Dillon's Small Batch Distillers and Cave Spring Wines. Live music will spice up the night and amazing appetizers will be available.

After Party tokens are $3.00

Join us Saturday, January 10, 2015 | 10:00PM to 1:00AM (after the concert)

Tickets are $25.00 (plus HST) or $30.00 (plus HST) at the door | limited tickets available

Click here to purchase your tickets.

Chef Michael Smith Icewine Brunch - SOLD OUT

 

The Chef Michael Smith Icewine Brunch blends the best of the Twenty Valley Winter WineFest into one incredible brunch. Indulge in a three course meal featuring an Icewine infused menu created by the mornings host and chef, Michael Smith. 

The brunch will take place in the gorgeous Windows Room of On the Twenty Restaurant which features spectacular views of the Jordan Valley. 

$60 (plus HST) | Tickets SOLD OUT

On the Twenty Restaurant
3836 Main St., Jordan Village
11:30am - 1:30pm

Featured Icewines: TBA

Vogue in the Valley Fashion Show

Fashion Show Times: Saturday - 12:45pm and Sunday - 1:00pm  

Saturday January 10, 2015
11:00am Main Street Opens
11:15am Broken Cadence | Main Stage
12:30pm Official Opening
12:45pm Vogue in the Valley Fashion Show
1:15pm Broken Cadence | Main Stage
2:00pm Winemaker's Barrel Challenge
2:30pm Twenty Valley Chef Black Box Challenge
2:30pm Mean Bones | Main Stage
3:30pm Twenty Valley Chef Black Box Challenge
3:45pm Mean Bones | Main Stage
5:00pm Wheel House | Main Stage
6:00pm The Chef Michael Smith Sweet. Sparkling. Sensational Dinner!
6:15pm The Mohrs | Main Stage
7:15pm Yukon Blonde | Main Stage
9:15pm The Glorious Sons | Main Stage
10:00pm The Cave Spring After Party
Sunday January 11, 2015
11:00am Main Street Opens
11:15am Peter Boyd & The Swayin' Sommeliers
11:30am The Chef Michael Smith Icewine Brunch
12:15pm Peter Boyd & The Swayin' Sommeliers
12:30pm Cupcake Cooking Demo with Sweetie Pies & OLAF!
1:00pm Vogue in the Valley Fashion Show
1:45pm Irene Torres & the Sugar Devils | Main Stage
2:30pm Chef Michael Smith Cooking Demo
2:45pm Winemakers Barrel Challenge
3:15pm Irene Torres & the Sugar Devils
3:30pm Chef Michael Smith Book Signing 
4:15pm Twenty Valley Chef Black Box Challenge
4:30pm Special Pop Up Band (TBA)
 
 

Featured This Year

  • Over 80 Twenty Valley VQA red, white and sparkling wines and Icewines.
  • Gourmet food pairings from some of Niagara’s premium restaurants.
  • Ontario Food Trucks
  • Vogue in the Valley Fashion Show
  • Winemakers Roll Out the Barrel Competition
  • Black Box Cooking Challenge featuring Local Chefs
  • Cave Spring After-Party. Limited tickets available.
  • The Chef Michael Smith Icewine Brunch
  • The Chef Michael Smith Sweet. Sparkling. Sensational Dinner
  • Fun for the Family Sunday - Cupcake Demonstrations and Olaf!

Getting Here

Parking

Guests of Twenty Valley Winter WineFest can park for FREE at either of the following locations. FREE Shuttle service will be provided to the event.

  1. Jordan Firehall - 3793 Nineteenth St., Jordan, ON, L0R 1B1
  2. Jordan Arena - 2767 Fourth Ave., Jordan, ON, L0R 1S0

Directions

Jordan Village in Niagara’s Twenty Valley: just 30 minutes from Niagara Falls, 1 hour from Toronto or Buffalo, and 20 minutes from Hamilton.

  • Exit 55 – Jordan Road
  • Exit the QEW highway at Jordan Road (exit no. 55).
  • Follow Jordan Road south for 3 kilometres to Fourth Avenue and turn right at the four-way stop.
  • Proceed 500 metres along Fourth Avenue and turn left at the stop sign on Nineteenth Street.
  • After 250 metres turn right at Wismer Street which then quickly bends to the left and becomes Main Street in Jordan Village.
Click here to download the official Twenty Valley Tourism Map

Media Inquiries 

Please contact JD, jd@twentyvalley.ca for all media or partner information.

 

 

The Twenty Valley Sensational Experience

February 15 & 22, 2015
1:2:00PM to 5:00PM | $60.00*hst

Experience the wineries and distillery of Twenty Valley like never before. This wine tour package includes 4 unique VIP winery experiences, tastings, gourmet pairings and shuttle service.

 

 

 

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