Food and music festivals, done properly.
We produce a portfolio of award-winning independent food and music festivals throughout Cornwall. We now have hubs in Porthleven and Bath with a network of talented freelancers working across the South-West.
Rock Oyster Festival
The most picturesque food and music festival overlooking the Camel Estuary in Rock, Cornwall. Rock Oyster Festival is a weekend of foodie heaven, live music, family entertainment and outdoor adventures for all to enjoy. Previous music line-up includes Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Nick Mulvey, Gilles Peterson, Olivia Dean, Jaguar Skills to name a few, joined by Michelin chefs including Paul Ainsworth and MasterChef winner Ping Coombes. The festival champions local Cornish food and produce, with alfresco dining, Chef Tipis, cooking demos, open fire cooking and banquet feasts to a backdrop of open air stages and acoustic sets. With a jam packed programme of food, music, family and wellbeing, there’s something for all ages or for bringing out the inner child in you!
The Great Bath Feast
The Great Bath Feast, in association with The Bertinet Kitchen, celebrates the best food and drink in the South West, as well as taste-sensations from further afield, appealing to culinary connoisseurs everywhere. The festival kicks off with a buzzing market on Milsom Street in Bath with chef demos, pop-ups and a Food & Drink trail for all to enjoy. With a number of curated fringe events across the city throughout October, there is something to suit every taste!
St Ives Food and Drink Festival
The St Ives Food and Drink Festival takes place on the iconic Porthminster Beach and 2019 saw visitor numbers swelling to around 25,000. 2020 promises even more culinary experts, attractions and a wide variety of local beverages and food. In 2020 the festival runs from Friday 15th to Sunday 17th May and includes the evening music sessions on all three nights.
Truro Food Festival
The city-wide celebration of Cornish food and drink is centred around Lemon Quay with pop-up events and activities taking place across the city. The inaugural event welcomed 35,000 visitors across the three days who enjoyed chef’s demos, a local produce market, gourmet street food stalls, a local restaurant trail, workshops and live entertainment showcasing the best in local talent.
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