Monday and Tuesday's selection: Italian wine tastings in Florida, the biggest music festival in the USA announces its lineup while Mac fans head to Macworld in San Francisco, among other events.
Vinitaly World Tour 2010
Florida, United States
Vinitaly's annual tour began earlier this month with stops in India and Singapore. February began the US portion of the tour in New York City with the next stops in Miami and Palm Beach, Florida on February 8-10. The tour is scheduled to close in Sao Paulo, Brazil in June. Each stop celebrates Italian wines representing over 100 wineries and is associated with Vinitaly's 44th Annual event in Verona in April.
Bonnaroo festival lineup announced
The Bonnaroo 2010 lineup is to be announced on bonnaroo.com. For the first time ever, tickets will go back on sale the same day as the announcement. The top two tiers of tickets sold out quickly during the holiday pre-sale in December. The festival will take place on June 10-13. The four-day Bonnaroo Festival brings nearly 90,000 people each year to Great Stage Park, a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee. It is the top-grossing festival in North America.
February 9 - 13
San Francisco, California, USA
Founded in 1985, the Macworld Conference and Expo is the largest annual Apple Macintosh event in the world. Well over 28,000 people have already pre-registered for MacWorld 2010. Hundreds of companies offering dedicated Mac products and services will be at the event to share their expert advice and show off their latest technology. There will be a strong focus on free training sessions and paid education tracks in 2010, in part to draw focus away from the fact that it will also be the first year in which Apple will not attend Macworld Expo.
February 9 - 13
Long Beach, California, USA
TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design. TED is a non-profit organization that aims to spread ideas in the interests of global knowledge and inspiration. The annual conference is an invite-only event that showcases ideas and projects from the most creative minds in the world. TED2010 will be spread across four days and will explore developments in new technologies, creative design, future concepts and economic innovation taking place across the world. The theme of TED 2010 is "What the World Needs Now, TED2010." Many of the talks will be broadcast on the internet for free.