As Seen In SoGlos: Learn from top celebrity chefs and sample local delicacies at the Three Counties Food and Drink Festival 2024

Returning for its second year after a successful debut, 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.

Foodies rejoice! Returning to the Three Counties Showground this summer once again, the Three Counties Food and Drink Festival is serving up the best food and drink the region has to offer on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 July 2024.

Over the two-day festival, visitors can browse the highest quality produce and try out delicious street food from top-notch independent vendors, with more than 160 local vendors descending on the showground near Malvern, just over the Gloucestershire border.

Festivalgoers can also expect a packed programme of activities, live music and celebrity chef demonstrations across both days, featuring a line-up including celebrated TV chef, Phil Vickery; The Great British Bake Off  2023 winner, Matty Edgell; Iron Chef UK winner, Marcus Bean; award-winning chef and co-patron of Café Spice Namaste, Cyrus Todiwala; best-selling cookery writer and TV chef, Rachel Allen; and Beefy Boys founder, Anthony ‘Murf’ Murphy.

Alongside all the glitz and glam of the celeb showcases, there’s plenty to get involved with across the weekend, including boosting your barista skills at the coffee tasting session with Black Mountain Roast, or sinking your teeth into the demonstrations by the live fire masters taking place in the dedicated feature area at the festival.

Bonkers for beverages? Unlock the art of mixology with a masterclass from Cocktails at Home or luxuriate in a wine tasting session with owner of Deer Park Wines, Mark Steele.

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

And once they’ve finished creating their culinary masterpieces to take home, kids can take part in the plethora of activities available, from circus skills and face painting, to archery, fairground rides and arts and crafts with the award-winning, ArtVenturers.

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 — all for £25.

Day tickets to the Three Counties Food and Drink Festival cost £12 for adults, £6 for children aged six to 16, with under-fives going free.

Save with a family ticket priced at £31 for two adults and two children under 16-years-old.

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