Whistler's famed Cornucopia festival to return in November

Whistler will host its 25th year of the Cornucopia festival from November 4-28

Whistler will host its 25th year of the Cornucopia festival from November 4-28. In partnership with Tourism Whistler and Watermark Communications, the tickets for the festival will be available beginning on Tuesday, September 28.

Taking place every Thursday through Saturday until the end of November, the festival will highlight a variety of unique experiences. From wine tastings, to dinners to murder mysteries, there is an event for everyone to enjoy. 

“We’re very excited to be able to have Cornucopia return this November for its milestone anniversary,” says Karen Goodwin, vice-president, Destination and Market Development. “As Whistler’s longest-standing and arguably one of the resort’s most popular culinary events, the Tourism Whistler and Watermark teams believed the benefits to bringing Cornucopia back far outweighed the challenges. Coordinating any event, even in the smallest of scales during this past 18 months has not been without its tests, but in working closely with Vancouver Coastal Health, provincial health orders ultimately directed us in the planning.”  

The annual festival works to showcase and support local restaurants and the food and wine industry. Festival-goers can also expect to see many respected industry professionals, judges, and presenters headlining each event, seminar, and wine tasting throughout the duration of the festival.

Tickets will be available to purchase on September 28. To learn more about the festival, head to Cornucopia's official website.