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GRANT PARPAN PHOTO | Mambo Loco lead vocalist and conguero Larry Belford at the Live on the Vine kickoff last week at the Suffolk Theater in downtown Riverhead.

An increase in the number of venues and musical genres isn’t the only thing new about Live on the Vine: The Long Island Winterfest this year. Wine enthusiasts will also have additional ticketing options to choose from when planning their weekend visits.

While tickets to most concert events cost $20* and include a glass of wine, visitors can also purchase multi-show Hopper passes this year.

For $30 visitors can enjoy and unlimited number of shows in one day. And for those hoping to make a full weekend of it, there is a $50 option good for an unlimited number of shows over a two-day period.

Visitors can also get unlimited access to as many performances as desired over the course of the six-week festival, with a $200 season pass.

Hopper passes do not include the glass of wine that comes complimentary with tickets to individual winery events.

Click here to purchase a pass

See full schedule of events here

With any passes purchased less than seven days prior to pass date, the purchaser must pick up the pass at Hotel Indigo East End in Riverhead after 5 p.m. on the Friday of the hopper pass date.

 (*All Friday night shows at Bistro 72 and all Saturday night shows at The Inn at East Wind are free. The Feb. 8 show at Bay Street Theatre is $25 in advance/$35 at the door, and the Feb. 14 comedy show at The Suffolk Theater is $40.)