West Virginia Wine and Jazz Festival

September 30th & Sunday, October 1st 2023

Big things are happening with the 2023 West Virginia Wine & Jazz Festival, and we want to share some important news with you. We are excited to announce that this year’s festival will take place at the Ruby Amphitheater in Hazel Ruby McQuain Park on Saturday, September 30th and Sunday, October 1st

We had many, many great years at Camp Muffly, but unfortunately, changes had to be made to ensure the longevity of the festival. More information will be coming soon. We can’t wait to see you this fall!

West Virginia Wine and Jazz Fest

When & Where

September 30th & October 1st, 2023
Hazel Ruby McQuain Park

Saturday 11:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM


Admission ($25) includes wine glass, wine tasting (21 and over). Tickets available online or at the door.

No pets, no outside food or drinks permitted.


Forks of Cheat Winery
Baton Hollow Winery
Lamberts Vintage Wines
Daniels Vineyards
Stone Road Vineyards
West Whitehill Winery


Crab Shack Carriba
Curbside Concoctions
Jersey Subs
Lamberts Catering
Pretzel Factory
Stray Cat Chimmie Shack
Vanessa’s Kitchen


Acquired Taste
Wood burned art by hand coasters, magnets , plaques and more

Barefoot Pottery

Hanna Woodworking, LLC
Charcuterie boards made from locally harvested wood

Fossils Jewels & More
Recycled painted bottles with lights, jewelry, glasses

Greg Kullman
Watercolor painting and photograph

Heidi Shinkovich
Jewelry, macrame totes, wall art

Loving WV

Paintings/bone jewelry

Soulful Spirit Designs
Steampunk jewelry

Springing Art
Marbleized painting on pendants, glasses, tiles

Teresa Gail Designs
hand-made jewelry

The Blaxxmith Shop
Oil & acrylic painting, ornamental art, & metal sculptures

About the Festival

West Virginia Wine and Jazz Fest, Inc. is a nonprofit organization – 501(c)3 status – that seeks to return the proceeds from the annual festival back to the community in various ways. These include endowed scholarships to the WVU School of Music, sponsorship of educational endeavors and classes at WVU, free concerts for area middle/high schools, sponsorship of various student and community organizations that assist with the festival.


This event was made possible by the Morgantown Event Advancement Fund, courtesy of the City of Morgantown and the Visit Mountaineer Country Convention and Visitors Bureau.