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Brand-new for 2023, Three Counties Food and Drink Festival is serving up a feast of entertainment for the whole family – bringing a line-up of celebrity chefs and the very best local produce to Three Counties Showground this summer.

By Kaleigh Pritchard  |  Published 

Foodies rejoice! A brand-new food and drink festival is coming to Three Counties Showground this summer, serving up the best food and drink the region has to offer on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 July 2023.

Over the two-day festival, visitors to the Three Counties Food and Drink Festival can browse the highest quality produce and try out delicious street food from top-notch independent vendors, with more than 150 stalls descending on the showground near Malvern, just over the Gloucestershire border.

Festivalgoers can also expect a packed programme of events and celebrity chef demonstrations across both days, featuring a line-up including legendary TV chef, Rosemary Shrager; The Great British Bake Off winner, John Whaite; Dirty Vegan creator, Matt Pitchard; and TV food expert, Chris Bavin.

Get your caffeine fix at the daily coffee tasting sessions, hosted by a professional roaster who’ll teach you how to pull the perfect espresso shot; enjoy spirit and wine tasting sessions; and become a master mixologist, learning how to shake a disco-themed cocktail full of glitz and glamour at the Disco Divas Cocktail Classes.

Plus, budding little chefs can expand their knowledge in the kitchen at the children’s cookery school, learning how to make their own cheese, pasta and even ice cream! 

Upgrade the experience with VIP tickets, including priority parking, fast track entry, a goody bag, and entry to the VIP marquee with a chance to meet the special TV guests set to appear on the day. 

To book tickets, visit threecountiesfoodfestival.com.

 

Event

Three Counties Food and Drink Festival 2023

Dates

Saturday 29 to Sunday 30 July 2023

Times

From 10am to 6pm on Saturday and from 10am to 5pm on Sunday.

Admission

Day tickets cost £12 for adults on early bird pricing, £8 for children aged six to 16 and children under five go free. VIP tickets cost £25 per person. Additional costs apply for some sessions and masterclasses.

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