FORKS CORKS & KEGS: April 12 & 13, 2024
If you love fine food, wine and distinctive brews, don’t miss the 10th annual Forks Corks & Kegs: Food, Wine and Beer Festival, April 12 & 13, 2024 in Historic Deadwood. Sample a variety of beer and wine from all across the country, along with your Black Hills favorites as you make your way to various tasting venues throughout Deadwood. Each location will feature their chef’s finest culinary creation paired with the perfect complimentary beverage. Then head to the Grand Tasting, which features dozens of beer & wine varieties, and light hors d’oeuvres. *Must be 21 to participate.*
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TO PARTICIPATE IN EVENT TASTINGS, TICKET HOLDERS MUST FIRST COMPLETE REGISTRATION. REGISTRATION IS HELD AT DEADWOOD MOUNTAIN GRAND: 2PM – 8PM on FRIDAY, APRIL 12 and 9AM – 12PM on SATURDAY, APRIL 13. You only need to register once for the weekend. Must be 21. Have your ticket ready to scan.
Standard Festival Passes Include: Commemorative Glassware; Trolley Transportation (within City limits); Wine Tastings; Deadwood Appetizer Crawl; Deadwood Dine Around; and the Grand Tasting.
Forks, Corks and Kegs is an open container event. Beer and wine ONLY are allowed in our City approved clear Deadwood Chamber Cups. Absolutely no other container with alcohol will be allowed on the street. This will be strictly enforced! Open container times for 2024 are pending City Commission approval. All open containers must stay within the designated zones which are clearly marked by the Open Container Zone signs.
Festival pass holders ride the trolley for free during the event. For free rides you must have completed event registration and display our festival pass lanyard to the driver. No beverages or food are allowed on the Trolley.
What does my Forks, Corks and Kegs ticket include?
All food and wine tastings, including: Wine Around, Appetizer Crawl, Deadwood Dine Around, and the Grand Tasting. Passes also include an event guide, trolley rides on Friday & Saturday (must show your event lanyard received at registration) and a commemorative glass (picked up at the Grand Tasting).
* A list of participating businesses and what they will serve is provided at registration.
Must be 21 to participate. Alcoholic beverages are not allowed on the Deadwood Trolley.
What is a VIP ticket?
A VIP ticket is an exclusive pass includes all the same food tastings, trolley rides and commemorative glassware as a regular ticket, but with significantly upgraded wine tastings. During the Wine Around on Friday, VIPs-Only will have a private high-end wine tasting. VIPs are also welcomed to the Grand Tasting (Saturday) 30 minutes early via private entrance. Their tickets include complimentary access to the Reserve Room (high-end wines) at the Grand Tasting.