Sheffield Food Festival 2017: What’s On
Back for its seventh year, Sheffield Food Festival returns to the city centre this spring bank holiday, running from Saturday 27th to Monday 29th May and spreading across the Peace Gardens, Winter Gardens, Millennium Square, Town Hall Square and Fargate.
With a new team from Events Collective at the helm this year working in partnership with Sheffield City Council, you can expect to see lots of new features alongside tried and tested favourites, all focused on showcasing the very best in Sheffield food. Look out for the Eats, Treats & Beats Village at the top of Fargate, with mouth-watering street food from the likes of Gravy Train, Cowboy Burgers, Yabba and Proove, as well as entertainment into the evening in a luxurious stretch tent. The demonstration marquee will feature masterclasses from the cream of Sheffield’s fine dining chefs, highlights from the Sheffield Cook Book and demonstrations from the School of Artisan Food.
There’s plenty to do for the kids, including a pop-up farmyard provided by Whirlow Hall Farm, kids cookery demonstrations and craft activities in the Winter Gardens. With the Artisan Market and Street Food Market stuffed with independent local businesses, Sheffield Food Festival demonstrates just how much we have to celebrate when it comes to our city’s vibrant local food scene.
Head to www.foodfestivalevents.co.uk for more info.