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Mac & Cheese Festival Coming to DC Next Weekend

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D.C. Mac + Cheese Festival is promising to bring the best creations of the iconic dish produced by food trucks, top restaurants, food vendors, and chefs from the DMV area on October 26.

Organized by Trigger Agency and Drink.Eat.Relax, the event will take place at Audi Field Lots of Buzzard Point, 1880 2nd Street SW.

The venue is scheduled to open its doors at 12:00 p.m. and mac & cheese fans will get to feast on the offerings until 5:00 p.m. for a ticket priced between $25 and $70.

General admission tickets ($40) include a souvenir glass, All-You-Care-To-Taste drinks, all Live Entertainment, and the Cheesy Chef’s Corner. It is noted that all Mac + Cheese dishes are a la carte.

VIP Admission tickets ($70), on the other hand, are offering “an exclusive tasting experience” with All-You-Care-To-Taste drinks, Special VIP toilets, one extra hour of tastings, souvenir glass, four Mac + Cheese Tickets, the Cheesy Chef’s Corner, and all Live entertainment. You should be aware that these tickets are limited.

“Mac + Cheese only” tickets ($25) are also available, which comes with all Live Entertainment, four Mac + Cheese Tickets and the Cheesy Chef’s Corner.

Attendees will get to enjoy 30 craft beers, wines, ciders, and spirits to sample, 15+ kinds of Mac + Cheese, live music from local DJs, as well.

A portion of event proceeds go to Spirit of Hope Children’s Foundation.

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