Spring Break in Miami: Buy Your Tickets Now for the South Beach Wine & Food Festival

Get all of the details on the upcoming South Beach Wine & Food Festival, and learn where to purchase tickets.
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The Food Network & Cooking Channel New York City Wine & Food Festival may have ended just days ago (we're still recovering from the pizza, burgers, meat parade and brunch), but preparations are already well underway in Florida for the 15th annual South Beach Wine & Food Festival, which kicks off in Miami on Wednesday, Feb. 24 and runs through Sunday, Feb. 28. This five-day celebration of all things eats and drinks brings your favorite Food Network stars together with top-notch chefs from across the country for late-night bashes, walk-around tastings, live demos and intimate dinners alike.

This winter, plan ahead to beat the chill and head down south to get your fill of A-list food and drinks while meeting and mingling with Bobby Flay, Rachael Ray, Giada De Laurentiis, Guy Fieri, Anne Burrell, Trisha Yearwood and more. They'll be on hand at events like Barilla's Italian Bites on the Beach, Amstel Light Burger Bash, which is celebrating its 10th birthday this year, as well as two days of grand tastings and demos. Click here to learn more about the events and buy your tickets now.

Not able to travel for the Festival? You're in luck, because FN Dish will be bringing you insider coverage from all of the marquee events. Read on below to find out which events our editors will be covering, and relive last year's top moments with a look back at the highlights.

Thursday, Feb. 25:
Barilla's Italian Bites on the Beach, hosted by Giada De Laurentiis
Tacos After Dark, hosted by Aarón Sánchez
Friday, Feb. 26:

Amstel Light Burger Bash, presented by Schweid & Sons and hosted by Rachael Ray

The Art of Tiki: A Cocktail Showdown, hosted by Guy Fieri
Saturday, Feb. 27:
Dolce Brunch, hosted by Alex Guarnaschelli

Goya Foods Grand Tasting Village, featuring MasterCard Grand Tasting Tents and KitchenAid Culinary Demonstrations

Meatopia, presented by Creekstone Farms and hosted by Michael Symon
Dinner, hosted by Anne Burrell, Marc Murphy and Brendan Connor
Sweet 15: A Dessert Party, hosted by Duff Goldman
Sunday, Feb. 28:
Southern Kitchen Brunch, hosted by Trisha Yearwood

Bloody Mary Brunch, hosted by the Cast of Chopped, part of the Taste Fort Lauderdale Series

Goya Foods Grand Tasting Village, featuring MasterCard Grand Tasting Tents and KitchenAid Culinary Demonstrations

Lucky Chopsticks: An Asian Night Market hosted by Andrew Zimmern
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