Downtown Plano Art & Wine Walk

It’s back!

After a successful inaugural season in 2016, the Downtown Plano Art & Wine Walk presented by Plano Magazine is back! The 2017 season begins April 13 and runs through December. 

Art & Wine Walk is the perfect way to unwind in Plano’s favorite historic neighborhood. Get an early start to the weekend by sipping selected wines at your favorite shops throughout the Downtown Plano Arts District while enjoying live music, curated art exhibits and shopping discounts just for Wine Walkers. Participants who visit six or more stops can win gift certificates to local shops and restaurants at the end of the evening.

Every participant receives a collectible glass, passport and wine tasting guide. Tickets prepurchased online are $12 and walk-up tickets at the event are $18.

VIP Season Passes:

An exciting addition to the 2017 season is a VIP SEASON PASS! The season pass includes discounted entry to all Art & Wine Walks this year ($90 for 9 walks), a custom glass each month that matches the theme, a chance to skip the line at check-in and special VIP-only discounts throughout the night.

2017 Dates and Themes:

April 13  Imagine
May 11  Cinco de Mama
June 8  One Love
July 13  Reds, Whites & Blues
Aug 10  Vacay
Sept 14  I Love the 80s
Oct 12  Dammit, Janet
Nov 9  Big Band Swing
Dec 14  ‘Tis the Season

Purchase Art & Wine Walk Tickets >

The Downtown Plano Art & Wine Walk features local artists and musicians every month. We also showcase local businesses (vendors) and their products. To be considered, please apply below.

Artist Booth Application > Vendor Booth Application > Street Musician Application > On-Stage Opening Act Application >

Love downtown Plano? Need service hours? If you sign up to volunteer at the Art & Wine Walk, you will receive a free t-shirt and a free ticket for a future Art & Wine Walk. Ages 16 and up welcome (21 and up for the free ticket).

Sign Up to Volunteer >

Check out photos from past Art & Wine Walks (click to enlarge):


Check out Plano Podcast’s interviews with guests at the December 2016 Wine Walk:


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