The London Wine and Food Show, presented by White Oaks Mall, returns with more food, wine and entertainment than ever before.
The show brings Londoners an enticing mix of local restaurants, wineries, craft beers, and spirits and pairs them with tasting seminars, stage presentations and entertainment. Come sip, sample and savour at London’s Wine & Food Show!
January 19 @ NOON–5PM / 6PM–11PM
(ALL PRICES INCLUDE FEES & TAXES!!
Quantities limited. We do NOT guarantee tickets will be available for purchase at the door. Buy early before tickets are gone!
At The Door
|Thursday, Jan 17
|Thursday, Jan 17
includes 2 General Admission tickets, 30 sample tokens - SAVE $12
|Friday, Jan 18
|Friday, Jan 18
includes 2 General Admission tickets, 30 sample tokens - SAVE $5
|Saturday Afternoon, Jan 19
|Saturday Afternoon, Jan 19
includes 2 General Admission tickets, 30 sample tokens - SAVE $10
|Saturday Evening, Jan 19
Saturday Evening, Jan 19
|30 Sample tokens||$30||$30|
|1 Sample token||N/A||$1|
Advanced tickets can be purchased online until Thursday, January 16th at 11:59PM. Tickets will be sold full price at the door while quantities last.
No Refunds, Exchanges, or Rain Checks available for admission tickets, refunds for sample tickets available at the show.
Why can’t I buy tickets online anymore?
As of 11:59PM, January 16th the online advanced ticket sale and prices ended - tickets can now be purchased at the doors.
If I bought advanced tickets, were given comp tickets or won tickets can I still get into the show on Saturday, even if it’s sold out?
Yes, our team tracks how many tickets are outstanding and how many have been redeemed to ensure advanced ticket holders can gain entry to the show at any time.
If I leave the show, can I return later in the day?
If you are looking to leave the show and return later you will need to get a hand stamp and ensure that you have it when you return later. Please also be aware that the show may reach capacity while you are out, if this happens you will not be permitted back in until space is available. We recommend planning to come at a time when you can stay and not have to leave.
Must be 19+ years to attend.
No babies, toddlers or children at the show.
Daily Schedule for Saturday, January 19th
Main Entertainment Stage
|12:30PM||Connor Morand||Professional musician who’s been featured on Much Music, CBC, CTV, East Coast Music Awards and more|
|3:00PM||Sarina Haggarty||Singer & Songwriter from London. E.P’s include “Missing Pieces” & “Compass”|
|6:00PM||Rhapsody Rebelz||London born hooligans with music in our blood|
A contestant on “America’s Got Talent” had a video go viral with over 40 million views! Fans say that Stacey “sings like Adele but raps like Busta Rhymes”
Tasting Room Schedule
|2:30PM||Vieni Estates Winery Sparkling Wine Tasting|
|3:30PM||Maelstrom Winery Hybrid Wines grown in this region|
Culinary Stage Schedule
|1:00PM||Feature from Fanshawe College Chef James Smith: Moroccan Cous Cous and Lamb Tagine|
|2:00PM||Feature from Executive Chef Brandon Stewart with Restaurant Ninety One: Pan-Seared Scallops with Chorizo Corn Chowder, Pico De Gallo, and Fried Brussel Sprout Petals|
|3:00PM||Feature from Fanshawe College Chef Erin Circelli – Russell and Chef Kyle Fee: Potato Gnocchi and Pork Ragout (The Chef’s Table Restaurant)|
|6:30PM||Feature from Fanshawe College Chef James Smith: Australian inspired BBQ with Side Dishes|
*Schedule subject to change*
Performing at 12:30PM on Saturday, January 19th
Connor Morand is a professional musician and speaker who has been featured on Much Music, CBC, CTV, TEDx, East Coast Music Awards, Global News and radio networks across Canada. In 2017, Connor was nominated for the “Entertainer of the Year” award in his hometown of London.
Growing up in New Brunswick and having roots in the East Coast, Connor has played venues all across Canada, sharing the stage with the likes of Kim Churchill, USS, Tim Chaisson, The Elwins, and Sarah Smith, to name a few. Aside from touring his home country, Connor has performed in over eight different countries including Germany, Italy, Thailand and Malaysia.
With a decade-long musical background, Connor uniquely speaks to students and professionals alike on leadership, mental wellness, and creativity, using music as a language that anyone can understand.
Whether playing or speaking at large-scale festival or an intimate venue, Connor is sure to entertain and deliver an outstanding performance.
Performing at 3:00PM on Saturday, January 19th
Sarina Haggarty has been making music for as long as she can remember. As a young child she would regularly improvise songs while pretending to play guitar. At age four, she began learning cello with an old converted viola. From there, she branched out to piano and vocal lessons. At age 10 she taught herself guitar and has been refining her music ever since. Once a regular fixture around London Ontario’s Convent Garden Market, Sarina would regularly spend time on the weekends busking in front of the market or performing at local events. She has performed the national anthem for the London Lightening, performed on Canada Day in Harris Park, various local open mic nights and regularly uses her music ability to raise money for various charities including the 2010 Haiti earthquake, Bethany’s Hope, Make-A-Wish, London Health Science centre and other foundations locally and internationally. She was also invited to perform at a cocktail party for Chef Micheal. One thing is clear, she has no fear when it comes to performing, no matter the size of the crowd.
Performing at 6:00PM on Saturday, January 19th
“We are London born hooligans with music in our blood, each of us having an obvious desire to listen, play, and make music. As fate had it, we met, we clicked, and started tracking.”
Rhapsody Rebelz percussion includes everything from tablas to dumbeck, a cajon, bongos, and of course the traditional kit. They like to dabble with the banjo, piano, sitar, and some strings. Other than that, acoustic guitar is where most of their music starts taking shape.
Dylan Howlett – Guitar & Vocals.
Dylan Robson – Bass & Vocals.
Bernie Paquette – Percussion & Vocals.
Performing at 8:30PM on Saturday, January 19th
Stacey Kay was born and raised in Cambridge, Ontario and is now a recording artist residing in Toronto. She was a contestant on Season 10 of “America’s Got Talent”, advancing to the final rounds and receiving rave reviews from Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Mel B (aka Scary Spice). Stacey’s unique and powerful voice paired with her machine-gun rapping style has garnered her online videos millions of views! Fans say that Stacey “sings like Adele but raps like Busta Rhymes”.
Stacey had a video go viral with over 40 million views by spontaneously performing one of Busta Rhymes’ fastest raps in a South Carolina Walgreens. The video was shared all over the world, and Chris Brown wrote an amazing article about her talents on his website. Her covers of several hit songs have garnered the respect and recognition from the original artists including Meghan Trainor, Iggy Azalea, Jennifer Hudson, Chris Brown, and Mystikal, who have either tweeted her videos or posted them on Facebook.