Sugar Land Wine & Food Affair canceled for 2019

Sugar Land Wine & Food Affair organizers announced Sept. 6 the four-day event for 2019 has been canceled.

This year would have marked the event's 16th anniversary. However, due to a decline in participation, the event was canceled, according to a statement.

Historically taking place in the spring, this year's event was scheduled to take place in October. Plans for 2020's event are already in the works, the statement said. Anyone who has already purchased tickets for this year's event will receive a full refund.

View the full message from event organizers below:

"We are disappointed to announce that the Sugar Land Wine & Food Affair has been cancelled for 2019 as a result of a decline in participation. The integrity of the event is our number one priority for guests, chefs, sponsors and our partners, and after a difficult evaluation of where things stand currently, we made the decision to cancel the events planned for this Fall.

"It is incredibly important to us to maintain the reputation and good standing the event has built over the years and to ensure its success in the future. Plans for 2020 are currently under review and being developed. We will be reorganizing and rebranding the event to ensure a fresh path forward. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. All partners and ticket purchasers will receive a full refund.

"We appreciate your understanding and join you in continuing to raise a glass to celebrating the diverse, unique culinary offerings throughout Texas and beyond."

Any additional questions regarding the Sugar Land Wine & Food Affair can be directed to info@sugarlandwineandfoodaffair.com.
SHARE THIS STORY


MOST RECENT

Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls announces campaign for Texas Congressional District 22 seat

Incumbent Pete Olson said he will not seek re-election for this position earlier this year.

Grand Living at Riverstone expects to break ground winter 2020 in Sugar Land

The senior living community plans to welcome residents in the summer of 2021.

JUSGO Supermarket now open in Sugar Land

The Asian supermarket hosted a grand opening Nov. 18.

FEYDUPS KITCHEN now serving African cuisine in Sugar Land

Chef Adunni Fodeke said she is excited to bring bold flavors to Sugar Land.

Outback Steakhouse now open at The Grid development in Stafford

Outback Steakhouse relocated from Sugar Land

Wing Station opens second location at Riverstone in Sugar Land

The other area Wing Station opened in late 2018 in Missouri City.

State Rep. Rick Miller drops reelection bid after saying opponents were challenging him because they’re Asian

State Rep. Rick Miller, R-Sugar Land, is no longer running for reelection after he sparked a firestorm for saying he was facing primary challengers because they are “Asian.”

(Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Here’s where to vote for the state House District 28 runoff election

Early voting runs Jan. 21-14, and election day is Jan. 28.

(Beth Marshall/Community Impact Newspaper)
BREAKING: The Sugar Land 95 have been laid to rest

The remains of The Sugar Land 95, the individuals discovered at an unmarked and historic cemetery at the James Reese Career and Technical Center's construction site in Fort Bend ISD have been laid to rest at the site where their remains were originally found, according to a Dec. 3 release from FBISD.

Harvey
New federal funding available for small businesses affected by Hurricane Harvey

Small-business owners can apply for up to $250,000 dollars in federal disaster relief.

People Feature: Sugar Land City Manager Allen Bogard to retire in January 2020

When Sugar Land City Manager Allen Bogard first came to work for the city almost 25 years ago, he had no intention of staying long term. Now, after serving as Sugar Land’s second city manager for nearly two decades, Bogard will retire in January 2020.

(Courtesy Fotolia)
Senior Living Guide: 19 residential options in Sugar Land and Missouri City

As the number of senior adults nationwide and in the Sugar Land and Missouri City areas continues to grow, so does demand for residential options.

Back to top