Where does the festival take place?
The Steamboat Food and Wine Festival takes place throughout Steamboat Springs, Colorado – from downtown to gondola square and private ranches. Please make sure to check your email and the event schedule to find the exact location of the event you are attending.
What time does the festival start?
SBFW is a four day festival with events all around town and throughout the day. Please check the event schedule for exact times and locations.
What talent will be attending the festival this year?
You can view all of the amazing people joining us at this year’s events here.
Can I bring the whole family?
This event is for those 21 and older. However, the Grand Tasting has an open perimeter and children may access The Land Up Activities. Steamboat’s own Kid’s Garden is also open so that parents can enjoy their time while your children enjoy theirs! These experienced childcare providers are perfect for children ages 12 months to 12 years.
Do I have to pay for food and drink during the festival?
No! All food and drink is covered by the price of your ticket.
Is there transportation?
Yes, the festival will be offering shuttles to and from the various events. Refer to your specific event(s) for shuttle details.
How do I get updates as new things are added to the schedule?
How do I volunteer?
Fill out our volunteer application here.
Who does the festival support?
The Steamboat Food & Wine Festival supports a number of organizations:
- MainStreet Steamboat Springs – MainStreet was founded in 2004 to preserve, promote, and enhance Downtown Steamboat Springs.
- Mountain Village Partnership is a member business supporting the vitality at the base area of Steamboat Resort.
- The Colorado Mountain College Foundation’s Culinary Program – Each summer the culinary program sends students to Italy for an immersive culinary experience and we’re excited to support the next generation of chefs by supporting their endowment.