Mardi Gras Party with Bayou Roux Band

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February 23, 2020 (Sun)
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Bernhardt Winery
9043 County Road 204
Plantersville, TX 77363

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Cost: $21.95 Admission

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Dessert     Music     Tasting (walk around)     Wine     Mardi Gras/Carnival    
2020 Winter Madness House Concert Series

At this time of year, the Bernhardts invite you to shake off the "Cold Winter Blues" with a toasty afternoon warmed by the fireplace. Enjoy award-winning wines, a selection of artisan cheese and charcuterie boards, and an incredible lineup of musical talent!

The concerts in January, February and March will be held once a month inside in the warm, cozy concert room. The concert format is designed around a Sunday afternoon relaxing with fine wines paired with gourmet cheeses and charcuterie with family and friends. The winery provides family table seating in the concert room to enhance the intimacy of the afternoon. Gourmet artisan cheese and charcuterie boards are available for purchase to pair with a glass of your favorite handcrafted Bernhardt wine (not included in the ticket price). No outside food items allowed inside the concert room.

Concert begins at 3:30pm; ending around 5:30pm.

Put on your fanciest masquerade mask, grab your beads and your krewe and join us for a Bon Ton Mardi Gras celebration! Bayou Roux has been bringing its “Cajun Commotion” to audiences from Texas to France, Louisiana to California for over 25 years. A fixture on stages at most area Cajun festivals, Bayou Roux brings its unique Zydepop style to the band’s original songs as well as Cajun and Zydeco favorites. Enjoy complimentary king cake at this annual Mardi Gras celebration party!

Concert Ticket Purchase

$21.95 Per Person
Plus Tax
TICKET INCLUDES TABLE SEATING
Wine & Appetizers Available For Purchase

TICKETS ARE LIMITED AND NON-REFUNDABLE
Soleil Wine Club Members Discounts Apply
Limited to 2 Discounted Tickets per Membership

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