9 tasty festivals that will be held in the UK in 2018

Do you like to visit cheerful meetings of a large number of people? Then the festival is the place where you will feel comfortable. Today material we want to dedicate to the "tasty" festivals that will be held in the UK this year.

Liverpool Food & Drink Festival

Although most know Liverpool thanks to music, it is still worth paying attention to a completely different side of this city. The annual unforgettable event, which takes place in a beautiful park, collects a lot of high-class and talented chefs. They demonstrate their skills and conduct many master classes. No matter what cuisine you prefer, be sure to find something that will touch your soul and fill stomach. September 15-16, 2018, Sefton Park, Liverpool.

Isle of Wight Garlic Festival

If you want to visit a beautiful place, and at the same time you are a fan of thrill (for example, you adore garlic), then be sure to visit the annual garlic festival on the Isle of Wight. Except for the competition for the title of the spiciest garlic in the UK, you will be offered a wide choice of delicacies and a lot of demonstrations of the cooking of amazing dishes. August 18-19, Baron, Sandown, Isle of Wight.

Foodies Festival

Do you like to watch the chefs work? Do you like to choose the best of the culinary workshops, listening to live music? Then be sure to visit Foodies Festival, which will be held from May to November in nine different locations throughout the UK, including Edinburgh, Brighton and Birmingham.

North East Chilli Festival

If the amount of spices in the daily diet seems to you disgustigly small, then go to North East Chilli Festival. This year the kiosks will sell everything that can be combined with chili, from meat marinated in sauce with chili, to spicy chocolate and chili in salty caramel, and, of course, there will be contests related to chili. July 13-15, 2018, Blуth, Northumberland.


Meat, meat and, once again, meat... whole carcasses fried in open fire, add to this an endless supply of beer. If such a menu does not scare you, then be sure to visit this festival and meet autumn with it. August 31 - September 2,2018, Tobacco Dock, London.

Jam on Rуe festival

For lovers of fashionable food, Jam on Rуe festival will be held. Listen to reggae or novelties of jazz, try the dishes of Mexican, Caribbean or vegan cuisine unknown to you before, and make a lot of photos for your friends. May 28, 2018, Peckham Rуe, London.

The Great British Food Festival

Having visited all the events of this festival throughout the country, you will learn of the nuances of the kitchen, as a real chef. And if you do not want to dive into the subtleties of cooking, then just enjoy the delights to be cooked especially for you. From May to September 2018.

The Big Feastival

If you ever regret that you missed the holidays in the Middle Ages, then you have a great chance to fix such a historical injustice. The Big Feastival offers a second, and we hope not the last, chance to plunge into a huge amount of street food, to get acquainted with the luxurious banquets and impressive musical accompaniment. August 24-26, 2018, Alex James’ Farm, The Cotswolds.

Falmouth Oуster Festival

Do not forget that during this festival, which is held to celebrate the beginning of the oyster season, four days of feasting will be dedicated to delicious mollusks. If this argument is not enough for you, then remember about the unique atmosphere, together with the wide selection of wine. October 11-14, 2018, , Falmouth, Cornwall.

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