Grab Your Breath Mints And Get Ready For A Good Time

By Halie Rocco

With live music, garlic cupcakes and breath mints readily available, the Garlic Fest will attract people from all over the country.

(Queen Creek, Arizona) – Get your garlic fix in at the sixth annual Garlic Fest held at the Queen Creek Olive Mill on September 28 – 29. The event offers FREE admission and will be providing live music, food vendors and a beer and wine garden. The Olive Mill plans to attract thousands of people all over the state to the only festival of its kind in the Valley.

“Queen Creek is quickly becoming a destination for food festivals and we are proud to be a part of that,” says Perry Rea, owner of the Queen Creek Olive Mill. “If you haven’t visited our Olive Mill, this is the best time to experience all the great food, fun and music at our 6th Annual Garlic Fest,” he continued.

The performers include Janelle Loes, Notes From Neptune and Curt n Rod on Saturday and Carvin Jones Band and Lucky Devils Band on Sunday. While they rock the night away, “Garlic 101 Classes” will be available for purchase and an array of delectable food vendors will be there such as The American Poutine Co. and Mustache Pretzels. Not to mention a special garlick-ing good menu served all day during the festival.

With over 7,000 olive trees and 100 acres, the Queen Creek Olive Mill pride themselves on the farm to table practice. They are the only family-owned olive mill and farm in the state and they are dedicated to the environment and health of their customers. For more information about the Garlic Fest and the Olive Mill, head to:
queencreekolivemill.com

About Queen Creek Olive Mill
At the base of the San Tan Mountains in Queen Creek’s storied farm community the Queen Creek Olive Mill is Arizona’s only working olive farm & mill. While we produce a boutique hand-crafted extra virgin olive oil using 9 varieties of olives, our passion is creating a great experience for our guests. The gourmet marketplace is a treasure of local foods, unique gifts and farm-casual dining. Stroll the olive grove, tour the mill and relax with a glass of wine in hand under an olive tree. 

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