WINK Taste of The Town kicks off Saturday with live music, food and fun


The WINK Taste of The Town kicks off Saturday with live music, food and fun for all. The event will take place November 6 and 7 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Centennial Park in Fort Myers, along the Caloosahatchee River.

The event will feature live music, a kids’ zone, local businesses and more than 25 food trucks from across Southwest Florida. FREE entry for the first 2,500 people.

Businesses Supporting Communities supports local businesses as well as local charities. WINK Taste of the Town will benefit Lee County CAMEO.

Don’t miss a once in a lifetime opportunity to enjoy music, food, and fun while experiencing the best of Lee County.

Companies supporting communities will follow all CDC guidelines required for SWFL at the time of this event. Masks are not required at entry, although social distancing is encouraged. Face coverings and hand sanitizer will be available at each booth.

Tickets for this event will be $ 10 per person, ages 12 and under are free.

You will find more information about the shows and the companies present on

Saturday 6 November

  • Alec Prorock & Gary Goetz (playing jazz standards and ballads
  • The Mood Zombies (southern rock / country)
  • Hat trick (Reggae)
  • Deb and Dynamics (R & B / Dance Music)
  • More to be determined

Sunday November 7

  • Charlie Pace (R&B, Indie, Blues)
  • Susie Badge with Marc Gonazalez & Ray Marsch (Rock, Acoustic)
  • The Collaboration Group
  • More to be determined

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