Food Festivals in Kent
Festival season has arrived and there’s every reason to eat, drink and be merry in Kent this year!
The Garden of England will be showing off its culinary credentials with a whole host of festivals dedicated to sensational food and drink. Whether you a sucker for street food or passionate about Prosecco, it’s time to tempt your taste buds.
And if you want to know where to find more fantastic food and drink fresh from the Garden of England to make your own foodie masterpieces, check out our round up of farmers' markets in Kent.
Yes, you heard correctly - this festival is all about the ice cream! With 20 different flavours of ice cream to choose from, you can stick to old favourites or try a daring new combination of flavours. And if the brain freeze strikes, move on to treats from chocolatiers and sweet stalls!
I scream, you scream…
A whole festival named after the feeling you get when you just can't stop eating because everything tastes amazing - this one's got to be good! Dine around the world from Warsaw to Weligama, and when you think you can eat no more (you can always come back for a fourth helping), it's time to dance it all off to a whole host of world music.
Take a bite out of the world
1st - 2nd September
Things will be heating up in September at the Hop Farm! Join local producers for one of the biggest BBQs in Kent and enjoy cooking demonstrations from top chefs! Because no BBQ would be complete without a refreshing glass of something fizzy, there'll be plenty of local beer and cider to sup.
28th – 30th September
Sensational food and drink is served up with a side of sea views at the Broadstairs Food Festival. Tour 100 stalls of regional produce and sharpen up your skills with workshops and live chef demonstrations. If the weather's good, you can always burn off the extra calories with a dip in the sea!
Sea views and great food
22nd – 23rd September
Bring your appetite to Tunbridge Wells in September as 70 stalls of street food, beer, cider and delicious local produce will be setting up shop in the picturesque Calverley Grounds. If you’re a budding chef at heart, take to the main stage for demonstrations and talks.
Whet your appetite in Tunbridge Wells
Canterbury Food and Drink Festival
With a promise of more than 100 food and drink stalls running through Dane John Gardens, along with Kent's annual fresh hopped beer festival, this favourite is a celebration in local produce. Keep an eye out and an appetite ready for this one!