Please see the below event reminders for the Four Fires Food & Wine event on Saturday, March 7th in Amador Wine Country. The event is located at the Amador County Fairgrounds & Events Center in Plymouth, California.
Welcome to the charming, rural town of Plymouth in the heart of the Mother Lode famous for the discovery gold in 1848. Take a deep breath and feel time slowing down, soak in the sunshine gleaming through the rolling hills, glimpse the wildlife and cows grazing in the pastures, revel in the grapevines (dating back to the 1800s) starting to bud – and get ready to ignite your senses at the Four Fires Food & Wine Event.
Address: 18621 Sherwood Street, Plymouth, California 95669
Hours: 11AM to 4PM
Premier Access Ticket Holders get early access to the event and can enter at 10AM. Everyone else can enter at 11AM.
This is a 21+ over event only. Children and babies are not allowed at the event due to the open flame cooking and alcohol being served at the event. No exceptions due to our liquor license.
Dogs and pets are not allowed at the event (excluding service animals). We love pets, but please keep them safe and at your home. The fairgrounds do not allow pets.
Outdoor Fairgrounds & Event Center
The Amador Fairgrounds & Events Center embraces its deep Old West roots with themed areas such as Frontier Town, Spur Emporium, and Pokerville Hall. Most of the event will be outdoors and spread throughout the Fairgrounds in an authentic and rustic Gold Rush setting with picnic tables, grassy areas, and unpaved pathways. – you may even hear (and smell!) a horse or a pig from the nearby livestock barns. Please dress and wear appropriate footwear since we will be outdoors with limited shade covering and uneven surfaces.
Parking is complimentary for all guests. Please note that the parking lots are on grass lawn areas and unpaved dirt roads and are located a 5-10 minute walk to the main entrance. Please wear appropriate shoes. There are two parking lots available – Main and Overflow Parking lots. Premier Access Ticket holders and ADA accessible parking is located at the Main Parking Lot.
The Main Parking lot is located off Locust Street next to the Plymouth Elementary School at the front entrance of the Amador Fairgrounds. Guests should enter from Main Street in downtown Plymouth and turn south onto Locust Street. If the Main Parking lot is full, guests will be directed to the Overflow Parking Lot which is located at the adjacent Baseball field off Empire Street southeast of the fairgrounds.
You will check-in and pick up your wine glass, wristband, and guide at the two main entrances by the parking lots. You should have received an email from CellarPass with your ticket confirmation when you purchased the ticket. In that email you will find a PDF attached to your Ticket Purchase confirmation. Each Ticket purchased will be a separate page within the same document. Please either print each ticket and bring to the event or have them accessible on your smart phone for scanning to enter the event. Or you may log into your CellarPass (www.CellarPass.com) account and view your purchase history and display the electronic tickets on your smartphone to then be scanned by your hosts.
Please bring your ID as will be checking ID to ensure all guests are 21 and over. We will NOT be matching the guests names on the ID to the names on the tickets – so it’s fine if your name is not on the ticket. If you are unable to attend, you can give the tickets to someone else to use.
In My Account, select Tickets, then locate your purchase and click either the Print Ticket link to print or Scan Ticket link to show your ticket on your smartphone to show your host.
What to Bring
No outside alcohol or coolers are allowed into the event. You may bring a small backpack into the event. Sealed non-alcoholic drinks, bottled waters, and snacks are allowed. Please bring a refillable water bottle as we will have water stations throughout the festival. No chairs, umbrellas, or tents.
What to Expect
We have over 30 Amador wineries pouring their award-winning wines, live regional music, open flame cuisine, a silent auction, photo ops, education seminars and so much more! The festival will be mainly outdoors spread throughout the Amador Fairgrounds – think grassy knolls, Frontier buildings, and picnic areas, among an authentic Old West & Gold Rush era backdrop. Bring your country boots, Derby hats, and sunscreen!
Amador Vintners Association