15 Reasons to buy your Liverpool Food, Drink & Lifestyle Spring Festival tickets, right now!
With April just around the corner, excitement is mounting for the 3rd annual Liverpool Food, Drink & Lifestyle Festival and this year’s event is shaping up to be the biggest and best yet!
We met Charlotte from SK Events who put on the festival to find out more – watch the video chat above.
Taking place at Sefton Park on 15th-16th April and showcasing some of the region’s most diverse independent lifestyle producers, the Liverpool Food, Drink & Lifestyle Spring Festival will feature five different zones, with something for everyone.
You’re invited to take part in this fully immersive festival event, bursting with tasty street food and drinks including a full complement of Liverpool Gin, Vodka and Rum, plus entertainment, crafts and quirky pieces for the home and garden plus a whole area just for the kids.
With all that on offer and more, we can’t think of a better way to spend our Easter Weekend!
Here’s 15 reasons you should get your tickets for the Liverpool Food, Drink & Lifestyle Festival 2017, right now!
1 – Indulge in the Urban Eats area with over 30 street food vendors to feast from.
2 – Grab a stein and brine from Salt Dogs Slims at their Bavarian bar.
3 – Try the delights of the Gin Market
4 – Get crafty with Cass Art by participating in one of their adult or children’s workshops
5 – Visit the Kids Village with the little ones, an area of the festival which is dedicated to all of the smaller day dreamers, doodlers and fun enthusiasts.
6 – Dance the day away in the DJ tent
7 – Grab a cocktail from the BE AT ONE takeaway mojito bar
8 – Try your hand at sushi rolling with Contrast Catering in the Woodlands
9 – Visit the lifestyle craft tent made up of over 13 unique independents
10 – Learn essential lifesaving skills with Komaru which includes carving your own spoon and eating bugs
11 – Bring along man’s best friend – book your pooch in with Tails in The City (Dog Creche)
12 – Ready, aim – FIRE! Keep your eyes focused with archery!
13 – Be at one with nature – we’ve got Birds of Prey!
14 – Drink your way around a variety of scouse spirits with Liverpool Gin, Liverpool Rum and Liverpool Vodka.
15 – Treat your taste buds to a bite at Wreckfish which is the newest addition from chef Gary Usher who is also behind restaurants such as Heswall-based Burnt Truffle, Chester-based Sticky Walnut, and Hispi in Manchester.
If that little teaser list has whet your appetite, head on over to www.liverpoolfoodanddrinkfestival.co.uk or click here to check out their Facebook page to get your tickets for what is set to be a brilliant weekend.