The Gilroy Garlic Festival Association presents Nashville Songwriters Sponsored by KRTY.com on Wed., July 13 at Clos LaChance Winery in San Martin. Doors open at 6:00 p.m., at the winery, 1 Hummingbird Lane, in San Martin (clos.com).
General Admission Tickets are $60 per person
The concert features award-winning Nashville songwriters Wendell Mobley and Lee Thomas Miller, who have written songs for country music superstars Rascal Flatts, Kenny Chesney, Chris Stapleton and many others.
All seating will be first-come first-served. Seating is limited so guests are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs or blanket.
The event is age 21 and over only. No outside alcohol allowed, including previously purchased Clos LaChance wines. Food will be available for purchase at the event, but outside food/picnic is also allowed.
$1,500 Table Sponsorship Includes
Sponsorships are now available for the Gilroy Garlic Festival’s 2nd Annual Garlic Golf Classic at the Gilroy Golf Course on June 24, 2022. The first tournament, held on July 30, 2021, was sold out, and this tournament is expected to sell out as well. The event features golf, lunch on the course, and post-play dinner. Single play is $179 (in honor of the festival’s first year, 1979), while dinner is $43 (in honor of the 43rd year of the festival), with the dinner prepared by Gourmet Alley chefs.
The event starts at 1 p.m. Friday, June 24, with a shotgun start and a four-person scramble format, followed by dinner at 6 p.m., and fun games, all supporting the Gilroy Garlic Festival Association, which has raised more than $12 million for community groups and charities since 1979. For sponsorship opportunities and to register for the Golf Classic CLICK HERE
Sponsor donations of $250-$500
For four decades, the heart of the Gilroy Garlic Festival Association’s mission has centered around community, kindness, and inspiration.
Held at Bloomfield Ranch in August of 1979, the first-ever festival sprang to life as a unique and original Gilroy experience. It celebrated the joy of garlic, the food it flavors, and the music and arts that the bulb inspires — all in support of local nonprofits.
The Gilroy Garlic Festival Association seeks to be defined by more than just one signature festival. Throughout the year, the festival will continue to work to connect the community with other smaller events, educational activities, and giving opportunities. Times, dates, and tickets for upcoming events will be released soon.
Its historic mission to strengthen the bonds within the community is an ongoing commitment. Join the Festival in continuing to make Gilroy a more caring, economically sound, and connected place to live, work and play. Moving forward, the festival will increase its focus on three foundations — community, sustainability, and education. While the festival benefits nonprofits in Gilroy, it also supports amateur and commercial garlic growers throughout California.
The board seeks to continue to renew its goal of attracting growing numbers of passionate garlic lovers, foodies, and those with a passion for community — all while retaining the festival’s original quirky and family-friendly feel. As always, the festival will showcase Gilroy as a community rich in arts and culture, with opportunities to engage with local garlic farmers and celebrated culinary experts from around the country.
Tickets will go on sale Thursday, May 17th go to https://gilroygarlicfestivalassociation.com
Saturday Football + Gilroy Garlic Festival Gourmet Alley Food + Proceed Benefitting Christopher High School and Gilroy High School = TOUCHDOWN
So much more than just a football game, Saturday afternoon when the whole community came together to support a common cause. From our band members to our community volunteers to the energetic student section … nothing is better than Saturday Game… oh and some delicious food from the Gilroy Garlic Festival Association Gourmet Alley!
The Gilroy Garlic Festival Association Gourmet Alley team offers an abbreviated menu! The gourmet alley food was sold at both the JV and Varsity games at Christopher High on Saturday, October 1st when Christopher High School plays Gilroy High School with proceeds from the gourmet alley going to each respective school.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and provide benefits to local worthy charities and non-profit groups by promoting the community of Gilroy through a quality celebration of garlic.