Keel Farms will host its annual Blueberry Festival on four Saturdays in April (April 8, 15, 22, and 29) at 5202 Thonotosassa Road, Plant City. The festival will be open from 10am to 3pm each of the four Saturdays with u-pick continuing until sundown.
This family-friendly event will feature food and craft vendors, live music, a kids area, u-pick blueberries, and special releases of Keel + Curley wines and Keel Farms Agrarian Ales + Ciders.
Admission and parking for the festival are both free, and tables for dining are available during festival hours on a first come first served basis. The event is also pet-friendly.
To celebrate the spring blueberry harvest, blueberry u-pick will be offered each day of
the festival from 10am to sundown while supplies last and weather permits. Already harvested pre-packaged blueberries will also be available for purchase by the pound.
Dates: Saturdays April 8, 15, 22, and 29, 2023
Times: Festival 10am-3pm, and u-pick blueberries from 10am-sundown
Where: Keel Farms: 5210 Thonotosassa Road, Plant City, FL
Directions: Take exit 17/Branch Forbes Rd off I-4 and drive 1.3 miles north on Branch Forbes Rd, follow parking attendants and signage at Thonotosassa Rd.
Centrally located in Plant City, the Keel Farms Blueberry Festival offers a full day of fun for
all ages amid the beautiful backdrop of our winery and farm.
About Keel Farms
Founded in 1984, the family-owned and operated Keel Farms Group is located in Plant City and oversees Keel + Curley Winery and Keel Farms Agrarian Ale and Cider. Started with just 10 gallons of blueberry wine in 2003, Keel & Curley Winery now produces over 20,000 cases of wine annually, and offers visitors tastings, tours, dining, events, and more. Brewing since 2013, Keel Farms Agrarian Ale and Cider brews modern, traditional handcrafted beer and cider in small batches using local Florida fruits.
Keel Farms Contact: Wendy Camacho / email@example.com
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