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Join one of the Biggest Events in Lake George as a Sponsor or Vendor!

Posted: 3/28/2023 - 2-minute Read

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Join one of the Biggest Events in Lake George as a Sponsor or Vendor!

Guest Blog Post from the Adirondack Wine & Food Festival

The Adirondack Wine & Food Festival draws over 7,000 attendees from 33 states and Canada to celebrate amazing wines, beers, spirits, ciders, artisan foods and crafts produced by 120+ New York State vendors. The festival returns June 24th and 25th weekend with more space, new and improved features, and access to West Brook Road for a Food Truck Alley.

Last year, the festival had a $4 million economic impact on the Lake George Region. Attendees explored the region and spent their money with many local businesses and transportation services. Plus, generated over 10,000 room night stays at local hotels. According to a post-event survey, 89% off attendees planned a trip to Lake George specially to attend the festival!

Don’t miss this opportunity to advertise your business year-round to over 126,000 people who are interested in wine, beer, spirits, food, and the Lake George/Adirondack region!

When you sponsor, we focus on bringing attention to your product and/or services through a year-round marketing campaign. 

Our efforts include: 

  • Content on our website and blog (73k unique annual users)

  • Emails to our 29K subscribers 

  • Social Media shoutouts to our 23k followers

  • Giveaways, podcast & influencer promotion

  • Promotional materials such as flyers, postcards, programs, and banners

  • FREE festival tickets, and so much more!

Our different Sponsorship Levels are designed to fit any company's needs and budget. For a full run down of our Sponsorship Program click the button below! 


We are always looking for new amazing NYS producers to showcase to our audience.  To apply for a vendor spot, click the button below!


We hope to work with you and make the 2023 festival the best one yet!  

For additional questions and information, please reach out to

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