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Exeter Festival of South West Food and Drink

Venue: Northernhay Gardens, Exeter

Date: 04/05/19 (00:00) - 06/05/19 (23:59)

Great for: Families, Foodies

Entry charge: From £8


For the second year, 2018 sees the festival take place over the early May Bank Holiday weekend, from Saturday 5th May to Monday 7st May, running for all three days of the Bank Holiday.

The 15th Exeter Festival of South West Food & Drink will take place in Northernhay Gardens and Exeter Castle and will feature a wide variety of producers from the region as well as demonstrations from top chefs, hands-on workshops, live music and food-themed activities for the whole family.

2018’s festival is set to welcome some exciting new producers and start-ups from across the region. Fresh at the Festival champions producers who’ve been in business fewer than three years and this year includes Chickies Gourmet Eggs with handmade scotch eggs in exciting flavours, seasonal wild mushrooms from Forest Fungi Devon, award-winning Happy Butter Ghee, delicious and nutritious JEAM Super Mixes, Stannary Brewery Co. from Tavistock, Okehampton based TORS Vodka, deliciously flavoured Freda’s Peanut Butter and Littlestone Coffee with sustainably and ethically sourced whole bean and ground coffee.

Tickets for the all-new Exeter Beats Music Festival are also on sale, and available to buy on the Exeter Food Festival website. Exeter Beats will be held each evening on Friday 4th May – Sunday 6th May at Exeter Castle.

The Festival is an outdoor ticketed event taking place in the centre of Exeter across 2 adjoining sites: Northernhay Gardens and Exeter Castle.

Festival Day Pass (not including Exeter Beats)

  • Adults (Saturday/Sunday/Monday) - £8.00
  • Children (5-15 years inclusive) - £1.00
  • Child (under 5 years) - Free

Group day tickets (10+) Adults - £7.20 each

Exeter Beats - Exeter Castle (not including entry to the Festival by day or the producer pavilions)

  • Friday 4th May - £13.50 (£15 on the gate)
  • Saturday 5th May - £13.50 (£15 on the gate)
  • Sunday 6th May - £13.50 (£15 on the gate)

For  ticket information and how to get there, Click here!