St Ives Food and Drink Festival is a highlight in the region’s culinary calendar
Taking place on the iconic Porthminster Beach, the St Ives Food and Drink Festival promises culinary experts, attractions and a wide variety of local beverages and food over 3 days. A fantastic range of activities, music and entertainment which promises plenty of fun for all the family. We work with the very best local businesses to deliver the best food and drink festival every year.
The St Ives Food and Drink Festival is a FREE event, but tickets are needed for music Evening Sessions in The Lighthouse Stage
FREE ACCESS TO THE FESTIVAL DURING THE DAY & NIGHT FOR:
Evening Sessions in The Lighthouse Stage
THE FOLLOWING TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE:
Access to 3 Evening Sessions and priority seating at the Chef Demos
Friday Evening Session
Saturday Evening Session
Sunday Evening Session
WHAT’S NEW FOR 2019?
The festival is now FREE to attend and opens 6pm Friday with our Opening Night party
Food demo workshops
A pop-up art gallery
One large artisan market showcasing the best produce and craft artisans
Closing the festival with our Sunday night Closing Party
Gracing the Chef Stage in 2018 were on first row, left to right: MasterChef winner, Jane Devonshire; Stephane Delourme; Henrietta Inman and Helen Goh. Second row, left to right: Tom Brown; Fraser Bruce; Ben Ambridge and Simon Allot. Third row, left to right: Romy Gill MBE; Simon Hulstone; Ben Tunnicliffe and Mick Smith. Fourth row, left to right: Aine Carlin; Jude Kereama; Rosie Birkett and Adam Banks.
We care about our environment
St Ives Food & Drink Festival is committed to our town and our beach site and we seek to manage and mitigate the negative impacts on our environment. We commit to ensuring recycling provision across the site, reducing plastic usage as much as possible, developing sustainable travel options, collaborating with like minded people and suppliers, and working with Cornish suppliers, businesses and producers. We seek to maximise the opportunities to create positive impact in the town and for our communities including involvement from local food & drink producers and suppliers, partnerships with local chefs and restaurants, promotion of the town as a whole, skills development opportunities for young people and performance opportunities for community groups.