Every single food and drink festival in Orlando this summer

From bottomless food festivals to fundraising events involving copious amounts of booze, there is truly no reason to stay indoors this summer. Here's every food and drink festival we know about, so far. Make sure to check back for updates as the festivals' dates approach.

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Red, White & Brew
Wall Street Plaza, July 3-4, 2-9 p.m.
Start celebrating Independence Day early by coming out to Wall Street Plaza’s Red White & Brew, a two-day event with beer specials, food, games, giveaways, and music. There’s no cover charge for this event, and everyone must be 21 and up.
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Red, White & Brew
Wall Street Plaza, July 3-4, 2-9 p.m.
Start celebrating Independence Day early by coming out to Wall Street Plaza’s Red White & Brew, a two-day event with beer specials, food, games, giveaways, and music. There’s no cover charge for this event, and everyone must be 21 and up.
Photo via Wall St. Plaza/Facebook
Artegon Market Beer and Wine Stroll
July 14th Thursday 6-9 p.m.
Artegon Market’s Beer & Wine Stroll has will have craft beers and wine, as well as food vendors with discounted prices. If you grab a wristband and passport from Guest Services and make your way through the entire marketplace, you can trade your completed passport for some free swag. Plus, the event is entirely free.
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Artegon Market Beer and Wine Stroll
July 14th Thursday 6-9 p.m.
Artegon Market’s Beer & Wine Stroll has will have craft beers and wine, as well as food vendors with discounted prices. If you grab a wristband and passport from Guest Services and make your way through the entire marketplace, you can trade your completed passport for some free swag. Plus, the event is entirely free.
Photo via artegonmarketplace/Instagram
Orlando Brew for a Cure
431 E Central Blvd, Orlando, July 16, 4 p.m.
Presented by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Central Florida Chapter, Orlando Brew for a Cure isn’t your typical beer festival. With more than 300 guests gathering at World of Beer in Downtown Orlando to test samples from the best local microbreweries and top restaurants and a combination of silent auctions and live entertainment, the first annual Orlando Brew for a Cure might be the event to splurge on. General Admission tickets are $50.
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Orlando Brew for a Cure
431 E Central Blvd, Orlando, July 16, 4 p.m.
Presented by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Central Florida Chapter, Orlando Brew for a Cure isn’t your typical beer festival. With more than 300 guests gathering at World of Beer in Downtown Orlando to test samples from the best local microbreweries and top restaurants and a combination of silent auctions and live entertainment, the first annual Orlando Brew for a Cure might be the event to splurge on. General Admission tickets are $50.
Photo via World of Beer/Yelp
Curry Fest 2016
4603 West Colonial Drive, Orlando, July 23, 12-11 p.m. 
With a large assortment of different types of curry to try, this is one festival that is pretty self-explanatory. Enjoy some Asian or Indian curry while you listen to music from around the world for a curry-fied experience. Tickets start at $20.  
Photo via Curry Fest FL
Curry Fest 2016
4603 West Colonial Drive, Orlando, July 23, 12-11 p.m.
With a large assortment of different types of curry to try, this is one festival that is pretty self-explanatory. Enjoy some Asian or Indian curry while you listen to music from around the world for a curry-fied experience. Tickets start at $20.
Photo via Curry Fest FL
Crab & Seafood Festival
1000 City Center Blvd. Port Orange, July 23, 2-8 p.m.
This is a free event in the Kenneth Parker Amphitheater where you’ll find lots of seafood vendors, arts and crafts. They will also be featuring live entertainment from the Roscoe Jenkins Band. 
Photo via Divine Designs Event Planning & Decor LLC
Crab & Seafood Festival
1000 City Center Blvd. Port Orange, July 23, 2-8 p.m.
This is a free event in the Kenneth Parker Amphitheater where you’ll find lots of seafood vendors, arts and crafts. They will also be featuring live entertainment from the Roscoe Jenkins Band.
Photo via Divine Designs Event Planning & Decor LLC
Boards and Brews
480 S Ronald Reagan Blvd, Longwood, July 23, 4-7 p.m.
Inside The Hourglass Brewery’s taproom, you’ll find skateboard art and of course, tons of beer. Seeing as the proceeds will be going toward feeding children, participating in a silent auction over a tricked-out artsy skateboard seems like a good way to spend a day. 
Photo via The Hourglass Brewery/Facebook
Boards and Brews
480 S Ronald Reagan Blvd, Longwood, July 23, 4-7 p.m.
Inside The Hourglass Brewery’s taproom, you’ll find skateboard art and of course, tons of beer. Seeing as the proceeds will be going toward feeding children, participating in a silent auction over a tricked-out artsy skateboard seems like a good way to spend a day.
Photo via The Hourglass Brewery/Facebook
Caribbean Heritage Festival
750 S. Alabama Ave. Deland, July 24, 2-8 p.m.
This is a free event by Volusia Heritage Festival celebrating Caribbean heritage and music. Bring the family to Earl Brown Park and listen to Soca and munch on traditional caribbean food. 
Photo via satellites407/Instagram
Caribbean Heritage Festival
750 S. Alabama Ave. Deland, July 24, 2-8 p.m.
This is a free event by Volusia Heritage Festival celebrating Caribbean heritage and music. Bring the family to Earl Brown Park and listen to Soca and munch on traditional caribbean food.
Photo via satellites407/Instagram
Christmas in July
7800 Dr Phillips Blvd, July 23
This event might get you in the Christmas spirit early, as you’ll be drinking for a good cause. If you bring an unwrapped gift, it’ll be donated to a children’s charity and you’ll get a free select draft in return.
Photo via Emily B/Yelp
Christmas in July
7800 Dr Phillips Blvd, July 23
This event might get you in the Christmas spirit early, as you’ll be drinking for a good cause. If you bring an unwrapped gift, it’ll be donated to a children’s charity and you’ll get a free select draft in return.
Photo via Emily B/Yelp
Whiskey Business
126 W Church St, Orlando, July 29, 7-11 p.m.
What better way to try the best scotches, bourbons and whiskeys than all at the same time and place? Try everything from single malts to local bourbons and meet connoisseurs that will discuss these spirits in a different light. Tickets start at $35.
Photo via Leanne Leuterio/Orlando Weekly
Whiskey Business
126 W Church St, Orlando, July 29, 7-11 p.m.
What better way to try the best scotches, bourbons and whiskeys than all at the same time and place? Try everything from single malts to local bourbons and meet connoisseurs that will discuss these spirits in a different light. Tickets start at $35.
Photo via Leanne Leuterio/Orlando Weekly
SMaSH Beer Festival
311 W. Warren Ave, Longwood, July 30, 1-5 p.m.
Created to show how creative Florida breweries could be, this festival is both an opportunity for them to give back and to think outside the box. The challenge is for each brewery to create a new beer from a single malt and a single hop. Tickets start at $30 and all proceeds go toward the Sharing Center. 
Photo via Florida SMaSH Beer Fest/Facebook
SMaSH Beer Festival
311 W. Warren Ave, Longwood, July 30, 1-5 p.m.
Created to show how creative Florida breweries could be, this festival is both an opportunity for them to give back and to think outside the box. The challenge is for each brewery to create a new beer from a single malt and a single hop. Tickets start at $30 and all proceeds go toward the Sharing Center.
Photo via Florida SMaSH Beer Fest/Facebook