Food festivals are a great way to get to know your country and have some fun. Besides, what’s better than a festival where you get to try out new foods and have a great time? Supermeal has devised a list for you of best UK food festivals in 2022 so that you can decide on which festivals to book for and be mentally prepared!
1) Pub in the Park
If you like food and music Pub in the Park is where to go. Last year drawing in over 250,000 visitors, Tom Kerridge’s Pub in the Park sees a top-line of chefs and music artists touring around the country. In 2021 the festival featured performances from the likes of Kaiser Chiefs, Craig David and James Blunt alongside a remarkable selection of chefs including Marcus Wareing, Paul Ainsworth and Angela Hartnett.
The perfect festival for a meat lover, Meatopia is a festival dedicated to meat with a focus on quality and sustainability. Now over 10 years old, Meatopia is a successful festival that makes sure your experience is fun while also promoting the cause. The 2021 event took place in Tobacco Dock, with over 60 of the world’s best live-fire chefs who cooked up delicious dishes over sustainably-sourced wood and charcoal. The line-up of chefs included Adriana Cavita, Fallow, Honey & Co. and Richard Corrigan.
3) The Big Festival
The ultimate festival for the people who like to have a good time. Located on Alex James’ farm in the Cotswolds, The Big Festival includes a stellar line-up of musicians and artists alongside a list of renowned chefs participating to make the festival great! Last year featured Sigala, Rag’n’Bone Man, Ella Eyre and Nile Rogers & CHIC on the music side with Nathan Outlaw and Mark Hix joining in from the food world. Book your tickets for this year to witness another good show!
4) Bigfoot Festival
There’s a new festival coming up, and if you’re someone who likes to give a shot at new things you shouldn’t miss this out! Bigfoot is making its debut with a three-day celebration of music, entertainment, food and drinks. The festival will take place on the beautiful grounds of Ragley Hall in Warwickshire, featuring over 60 music acts across five stages alongside an impressive selection of restaurants, chefs, and drinks producers.
5) Body & Soul
There’s a perfect opportunity for you to spend your time on the longest day of the year! Attend the food festival in an Irish castle and have an experience of a lifetime! Dublin’s beautiful gem, Ballinlough Castle,< will host the three-day event where a fantastic culinary line-up will be brought to give your taste buds an exciting experience. To top it all off, all of it will be paired with champagne! Add this festival to your list if you don’t want to miss it out!
Choose your favourite food festival from the list and book your tickets now!