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Garagiste Festival

Whether you’re interested in wine or art, Paso Robles is an exciting place at all times of the year. This is particularly true in November, when a couple of fantastic festivals will be taking place right here in town.

GARAGISTE FESTIVAL | November 5-7

The word “garagiste” refers to the DIY creators who make wine in their garages, and this festival is a celebration of those independent, undiscovered artisan producers. The schedule for the festival’s fifth annual installment includes a luxurious dinner, a mixer with artisan winemakers, panels and seminars. If you love wine and want to explore new flavors, this is a chance to sample some truly great products that you won’t find in your average liquor store. Various ticketing options are available; learn more about the event and purchase tickets at its website

PADEREWSKI FESTIVAL | November 5-8

Ignacy Jan Paderewski was a virtuosic pianist (and winemaker and Polish politician) who spent much of his later life in Paso Robles. To celebrate his legacy, the annual Paderewski Festival is a music event that will run for four days from November 5 to 8. The festival includes concerts, a screening of the 2012 film Please Find – Henryk Gorecki, talks, wine receptions and more. This is a great opportunity to learning more about Paso Robles’ rich history in addition to celebrating the beautiful music of the present. A full Friends of Paderewski festival pass costs $200, and tickets for individual events are also available. Learn more here

To enjoy these festivals and everything else that Central California has to offer, book your room at the Adelaide Inn today. Our accommodations range from standard rooms to spacious executive facilities, and our convenient location offers easy access to wineries, beaches and stunning Heart Castle. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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