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Taste Washington at CenturyLink Field Event Center
April 2 - April 3$90
Five ticket levels are available, starting with the Saturday seminars ($48 to $89), which begin at 11:30 a.m., followed by the Saturday Grand Tasting ($90), the Sunday seminars ($38 to $48) and the Sunday Grand Tasting ($90).
A single-day VIP pass is $160, while a two-day VIP is $205. A two-day general admission pass to both days is $140, and hotel packages are available.