Key West Bacchanalia: Get Half-Priced Tickets Now Through Voice Daily Deals

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When was the last time you took the Overseas Highway all the way to the end of the line? We're talking about the United State's southernmost city, the town that gives "laid-back" living an all-new meaning -- Key West.

If you've been meaning to go but just haven't found the right excuse, may we suggest during the fourth annual Key West Bacchanalia? This three day food and wine extravaganza runs from June 7-9, and features some of the best names in food and spirits cooking and shaking for your eating and drinking pleasure including chefs Norman Van Akin, Cindy Hutson, and Howie Kleinberg and the "Modern Mixologist" Tony Abou-Gamin, to name a few.

The schedule of events includes a celebrity cook-off on Friday, June 7; the Rums of Puerto Rico Grand Tasting at Rick's on Saturday, June 8; and the Bulldogs, Beer, and BBQ on Sunday, June 9.

Tickets for the events range from $25 in advance up to $259 for VIP entry. But, Voice Daily Deals has a super offer for tickets -- at less than half price. Buy now, and get a ticket to Saturday's Grand Tasting for only $25 (regularly $89). Go VIP, with access to all the events for only $79 (regularly $259).

To take advantage of this offer, click here -- but hurry because supplies are limited.

Here's a video of some of the awesomeness you can expect -- after all, it is Key West and they do know how to throw a party:

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