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Foodie Fun and Entertainment at Flavour Fest

Head to Flavour Fest, the south west’s largest free food and drink festival! This year it’s going to be even bigger and better as we celebrate the festival’s 20th anniversary.

​Make sure you bring an appetite as the festival will feature over 80 stalls of fantastic local produce on the Piazza. You can expect an exciting array of top street food and world cuisine, watch the inspirational talks and demonstrations by top local chefs.

New for this year – The Bazaar at Sundial Square, a vibrant cultural experience with even more delicious food and entertainment. Get creative with free food craft workshops where you can make pasta jewellery, food stamps art and cookie decorating. Dust of your dancing shoes and take part in a tea dance with a twist! Both activities will take place on the top floor of House of Fraser.

Soak up the festival atmosphere with an exciting new entertainment zone and enjoy live music, sponsored by The Treasury and Trevethan Distillery. You can catch the Ibiza vibes on Friday with Reece Johnson and Andy Bacon, followed by an after party at The Treasury.  Saturday will be local bands performing, including The Busketeers and The Moon Groove Collective; then a more chilled vibe on Sunday with acoustic sets, including Jamie Yost and Alex Taylor. 

So, you can kick back and relax with amazing food and cool refreshments from the bar and listen to live music across the three days.

Opening times

  • Friday 31 May – Piazza open 10am to 6pm. Entertainment on Civic Square 12pm to 8pm.
  • Saturday 1 June – Piazza open 10am to 6pm. Entertainment on Civic Square 12pm to 8pm
  • Sunday 2 June – Piazza open 10am to 5pm. Entertainment on Civic Square 12pm to 5pm.
  • Food Craft Workshops – Top floor of House of Fraser Friday and Sunday 10am to 3pm, and

Saturday 10am to 1:30pm.

  • Tea Dance with a Twist! Top floor of House of Fraser Saturday 2.30pm to 4pm.

For more information, please visit the website: https://www.flavourfestsw.co.uk/

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