Things to see and do
Enjoy demos from regional chefs in the Festival Cookery Theatre, meet passionate producers in the two food pavilions, indulge in the Darts Farm foodie talks and demonstration; get hands on with Kids Cookery Classes and much more.
Music has always been a hugely popular part of the festival. In addition to live bands during the day at the food festival, the 2 music evening gigs on Friday 8 and Saturday 9 May will feature brilliant headliners to dance the night away, plus plenty of local street food and drinks.
We’ve got a great range of train ticket types to meet your needs. Some tickets are non-refundable, but many can be refunded or exchanged, if your plans change. Find out more about the best ticket for you.