2019 WASHINGTON D.C. - July to September 2019
Food & Wine Festivals, Shows & Local Event
(See also: 2016)
JULY 4, 2019 - 4TH OF JULY
Virtually every community in the U.S. has a 4th of July celebration
July 25-28, 2019
Animal Rights National Conference
The world's largest and longest-running event of its kind. The conference attracts more than a thousand newcomers and longtime activists alike who join together to learn, network, and get inspired. Our exciting program will feature special sessions connecting animal agriculture and climate change, as well as opportunities to shop from cruelty-free vendors, and enjoy delicious vegan food.
August 11, 2019 DC VegFest - Washington D.C.
The DC VegFest is a FREE outdoor festival celebrating the very best of everything vegetarian in and around the nation’s capital. With dozens of food, commercial, and non-profit exhibitors, as well as several dynamic speakers and cooking demos, a kids’ area, and more, this annual event has something for everyone to enjoy!
August 14-16, 2019 Society of Wine Educators 42nd Annual Conference
One the most exclusive wine education events of the year. Enhance your knowledge, network with your peers and sample some of the world”s most rare wines.
August 17, 2019 Around The World Cultural Food Festival
The 2019 Around The World Cultural Food Festival is coming back to Freedom Plaza and Pennsylvania Avenue (between 13th and 14th St.), right across from the White House. As every year, we are taking you on a day trip around the world and present you the cuisine, culture and traditions of over 40 countries participating on the event. There will be a full day schedule of traditional dances on the stage starting at 11:30am! Ethnic arts & crafts, small businesses and non-profit organizations will also be present at the festival! So, come join us for a full day of culture, art, food and dancing!
September 16-18, 2019 United Fresh Washington Conference
The Largest Event Of Its Kind In The Produce Industry. Be a part of the Only event where the entire fresh produce industry comes together to advocate for a more profitable future.
Attendees will meet personally in small groups with more than 140 congressional offices, hear from key senators and participate in open dialogue with President Obama's executive team.