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Regional culinary event announces full event lineup

More than 100 local flavors from regional restaurants, wineries and breweries will be showcased

MIDLAND, Mich. (July 9, 2019) -- The inaugural Eat Great Food Festival, will feature mouth-watering samples from local restaurants, wineries and breweries, live demonstrations from a star-studded lineup of chefs, and live music from Michigan artists.

“Through Eat Great, we have a unique opportunity to bring together members of the community and celebrate the diverse culinary talent and flavors of the Great Lakes Bay Region,” said Chris Chandler, executive director of the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational.


Kicking off the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational week is the two-day Eat Great Food Festival featuring live entertainment, taking place downtown Midland, Sunday, July 14 and Monday, July 15.

  • Adult tickets are $40 each and are valid for one day

  • Youth tickets (13-20 years of age) are $20 each and are valid for one day

  • Children 12 and under receive free admission

Food festival tickets include samples of beer, wine, and signature dishes from more than 100 local restaurants, wineries and breweries from around the region.

Eat Great participating partners will include: BeAlive, Garber Chevrolet, Midland Sports Rehab, Members First Credit Union, Midland Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Three Rivers Corporation, and Midland Brewing Company.

Tickets for the Dow GLBI start at $10, and admission for kids 17 and under is free. To purchase tickets, visit www.DowGLBI.com. To stay up-to-date on all team announcements and event information, download the Dow GLBI app or join the social conversation at www.facebook.com/DowGLBI, www.twitter.com/DowGLBI, and www.instagram.com/dowglbi (@DowGLBI).

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