The 2017 Neath Food and Drink Festival will take place on Friday 29th September, Saturday 30th September and Sunday 1st October 2017. Keep up to date with all of the latest news and information about the Festival by following us on Twitter or liking our page on Facebook.
The festival stalls will operate between 10am and 5pm on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th Sept and between 10am and 4pm on Sunday 1st October.
The Champagne Marquee will also operate between 10am and 8pm on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th Sept and between 12pm and 4pm on Sunday 1st October.
Neath Food and Drink Festival was born in 2009 and has since established itself as one of the premiere events in Neath Town Centre's calendar. Over the years, the festival has highlighted the variety of high quality Welsh produce that is available locally and focused on the range of products available from award winning suppliers in the Town’s Victorian Market and surrounding area.
As well as the exhibiting stall holders, it is an excellent opportunity for the established town centre shops, restaurants and café’s to showcase their products to a wider audience.
Held over three days the Neath Food and Drink Festival welcomes around 80 exhibitors each year including award winning suppliers from Neath's famous Indoor Victorian Market. The festival is a true celebration of local produce and Neath's historic market town atmosphere.
The Neath Food and Drink Festival also includes a Street Food Zone in Angel Square and a Champagne Tent in the grounds of St Thomas' Church. There will be a packed entertainment programme in local pubs and cafes including live music, street entertainers and much more.
Neath Food and Drink Festival is a great opportunity for anyone who enjoys quality produce to meet artisan food producers face to face. When you speak to our exhibitors, the first thing that you will notice is their passion and knowledge, whether it is goats milk ice cream, samosa's or sea food, long horn beef or apple juice, everything has been made by people who care passionately about the quality and process of the products they make.