How much does it cost?
The Feastival is free to attend and all activities and attractions there including stages, demonstration kitchen and more, are free to take part. Food stalls will be selling hot and cold food with main meals priced on average between £4 and £8.
Will food be served all day?
Food will be served from 12 noon until it runs out… so don’t come too late and miss the most popular dishes.
Can I bring my own food?
You are welcome to bring your own food if you wish. There will be picnic tables and benches provided which you will not be prevented from using. However, with 60+ food stalls, we really do think you’ll find something to enjoy!
Will there be any vegetarian dishes?
We are keen to book food traders to cover all sorts of dietary flavours, tastes and styles. Food styles will include gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, carnivore, international flavours of all kinds, caffeinated, fresh juices, dairy free, nut free and more. You’re welcome to get in touch in advance of the event to confirm the location of specific traders who meet your needs.
Will alcohol be served?
Oh yes. Poppycock will be hosting a bespoke bar as well as the range of pubs and breweries represented.
Can I bring children?
We welcome all ages. There’ll be plenty to see, eat, smell and do over the weekend for the little ones.
Is the Feastival suitable for people with disabilities?
The site is very accessible and the city centre car parks have designated disabled car parking spaces.
What if nature calls?
There are also public toilets at Drover’s Way car park and Civic Close car park.
Can I bring my dog?
Well behaved dogs are welcome to the festival on leads, but are not allowed in the food marquees. The event is very busy (c. 15,000 people) with a lot of food: your dog may find the event rather stressful. Please do not leave your dogs in vehicles during the event