FOOD, FOOD, FOOD…
Our festival is all about artisans, so we’ve invited some of Shropshire’s finest craftspeople to exhibit their wares.
You’ll be able to ‘have-a-go’ at baking and learn some of the skills that local food producers use day-in and day-out to make scrumptious food. Some of our finest chefs will stage demonstrations; where you can see how they create their award-winning dishes.
A lovely festival in a lovely location, with lots happening around the town too.
Read more at www.shrewsburyfoodfestival.co.uk.
This year, Colmore Food Festival is set to take place on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th July from 11am to 8pm on Friday and 11am to 7pm on Saturday.
The hospitality scene in Colmore Business District has gone from strength to strength; when we held our first festival back in 2010, we had just15 businesses exhibiting. Fast-forward to 2018, we will expect to have around 35 of our fantastic venues showcasing their talents. Once again we’ll see a great mix of cafes, bakeries, restaurants and bars that are all based here in the District.
We always cap the price of food at £4 so you can sample tasty dishes from more than one venue.There’s so much variety from Thai food, American classics, Chinese to Michelin star food and so much more.
Whilst the main focus of the festival is on the food, we’ll also have a great variety of wine, champagne, cocktails and artisan coffees.
There will be entertainment galore to add to the atmosphere, with a full programme of street theatre, live music and bands from all around the West Midlands.
Bringing together a selection of the UK’s finest street food traders with the best of our local chefs, restaurants and bars, we’ll be featuring a huge selection of cuisines to whet any appetite together with craft beers and ciders, cocktails, gins, a champagne & prosecco bar, fresh juices & much, much more
Our unique urban food village will run across Wulfruna Street, the Civic Centre Mayoral car park, St Peter’s car park and the pedestrian area outside the University of Wolverhampton’s Ambika Paul building. A main stage will feature live entertainment throughout the day including a host of live bands, comedians, acoustic and choral performances and a family area containing an open air cinema and traditional carnival stalls.
To get tickets, go to: www.WolverhamptonFoodFestival.co.uk
In Partnership with City of Wolverhampton Council & Enjoy Wolverhampton
Festival in July this year
Wolverhampton BF was being organised for 6th – 8th June. Unfortunately, there is a clash with Netherlands v England UEFA Nations League Semi-Final on Thursday 6th June, the intended first evening of the Wolverhampton Beer Festival.
After investigating the cost of showing the match at the BF venue (Sky £750), and considering the likely loss of revenue if not shown, the BF Meeting decided to postpone the BF until the only other available venue dates, Thursday 11 – Sat 13 July.
The Newhampton Arts Centre is well served by National Express (West Midlands) No 6 bus from Wolverhampton Bus Station and is a 20 minute walk across the city centre from the railway, bus and Metro stations.
75+ real ales & a range of ciders/perries & foreign bottled beer.
Read more at wolverhampton.camra.org.uk .
Back for it’s third year, a week-long celebration of Brum’s epic beer scene and the culture that makes this city so great!
With a rich brewing history that is evolving into a forward thinking craft beer haven, #BrumBW19 will be bringing together the city’s finest breweries, pubs, bars, bottle shops and restaurants. Creating a whole array of fun and exciting events, with good music, food and of course GREAT BEER!
So wherever you are, pack your beer bags, ready your growlers and head down to Birmingham’s Bostin’ Beer Scene because its almost here!
To find out more about how you can get involved get in touch or sign up to our mailing list!
Read more at www.birminghambeerweek.uk.
Monthly Fine Food and Craft Market run alongside the regular stall market.
See Facebook for more information: www.facebook.com/penkridgemarket.
A tasty line-up of 100 local producers will be heading to this year’s Cosford Food Festival. Taking place on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 July, it promises to serve up fine food and flying machines!
Held in the spacious grounds at the RAF Museum Cosford, with the VC10 and Hercules aircraft acting as a backdrop to the bustling food market, organisers have lined up delicious food for visitors to enjoy at the festival.
Read more on the RAF Cosford website.
Following the huge success of the previous two years’ SOLD OUT Independent Birmingham Festivals At Aston Hall, we’re bringing this fantastic event back – and making it even bigger, and even better!
Join us on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 July for another great IB festival, this time at the truly iconic Aston Hall. If you managed to get tickets to our previous sold out events, you’ll know what we’re all about. If it’s your first time, then you can expect a spectacular line-up of pop-up restaurants, cocktail bars, street food, craft beer, natural wine, coffee, independent retailers, artists, and live music from local bands on our main stage. Our previous festivals have all had sensational food/drink line-ups, showcasing the very best of Brum, and once again we’ve curated a ridiculously awesome line-up for this event. You won’t want to miss it!
Mouth-watering food, delicious cocktails, natural wine and craft beer, a roster of the city’s finest independent retailers, artists, designers and makers, and local bands rocking out on our main stage – sounds like an incredible event to us. We’ll see you all there.
Tickets cost just £10 (£8 early bird) and can be purchased on-line – children under 12 go free, no ticket required.
The second artisan food market with a great selection of locally produced food & drink products.
Saturday 6th August 2019
11.00 – 18.00
Admission £5 for adults and £2 for children.
The event is in a field off County Lane but the entrance to the field is actually Wood Road, Codsall Wood, WV8 1RG.