Food Festivals In Cardiff


  • Bristol Christmas Market
    Get into the festive spirit by visiting the Bristol Christmas market this year where you can sip mulled wine and do some Christmas shopping.

    Bristol Christmas Market

    • November 5, 2021 - December 23, 2021

    Broadmead Bristol BS1 1UX

  • Cardiff Christmas Market
    The Christmas market is returning to the streets of Cardiff with a range of market stalls selling food produce and hand-made crafts.

    Cardiff Christmas Market

    • November 11, 2021 - December 23, 2021

    Cardiff City Centre

  • Exeter Christmas Market
    With the backdrop of the beautiful, historic Exeter Cathedral, this market is a great way for visitors to soak up the buzz and excitement for Christmas.

    Exeter Christmas Market

    • November 18, 2021 - December 18, 2021

    Cathedral Green, Exeter

  • Bath Christmas Market
    The Bath Christmas Market is the perfect way to add some festive cheer to your evening or weekend with friends, family or partner.

    Bath Christmas Market

    • November 25, 2021 - December 19, 2021

    Bath City Centre

  • Melplash Agricultural Show
    Melplash Agricultural Show is a fine event with lots to see and do. Exhibits include livestock, horses homecrafts and horticulture. Come along and enjoy!

    Melplash Agricultural Show

    • August 25, 2022 - August 25, 2022

    Melplash Show Field West Bay Bridport Dorset DT6 4EG




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Food festivals in Cardiff

Cardiff may be renowned for its lamb and award-winning cheeses, but their food and drink festivals are certainly not limited to only Welsh cuisines. This historic city has an incredible food scene and the area is more abundant with culture than you may first think; Cardiff does not only have a thriving music, and theatre scene, but the food and drink events are out of this world.

The International Food and Drink Festival is one of the biggest summer events in the Welsh capital, offering a mixture of home grown produce and international street foods to choose from. Over 100 local, national and international producers showcase their goods during the event – there’s sure to be a stall that satisfies your taste buds.

For exotic drink fans, there is the option of the Rum Festival, which is run by a husband and wife team. This event has become so popular for its diversity and delicious selection of drinks that it’s expanded to a few other areas.

The city is not short on drink events, as it’s also host to Brewfest, which is Wales’ top drinks festival for several years. This event is a great way to continue on your summer into the early autumn.

All that’s left to decide is which festivals you will go to!

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