Foodies Festival, the UK’s biggest food festival, heads to Oxford 29th, 30th & 31st August. With a mouth-watering summer festival, live music, workshops, masterclasses and of course Top Chefs who will be sharing their favourite recipes and top tips!
Join us at Oxford Foodies Festival 2020 for our biggest celebration yet of top chefs, tasty food, delicious drinks and live music. See live performances from much-loved headliners and watch great performances from 50 emerging bands and soloists from the Oxford area.
Watch Celebrity MasterChef Winners cooking live in The Chefs Theatre along with other top local chefs will all be sharing their signature summer recipes and top tips.
Try sweet treats with Bake Off winners and top bakers, sample new wines, champagnes and cocktails, eat delicious street food from around the world, taste new flavours, meet artisan producers, have fun all day with chilli eating competitions and food challenges plus brand new extended Kids Zone with Kids Cookery theatre.
We are releasing new weekend tickets which let you enjoy three days of great food, great music and great fun, plus day tickets if you prefer to come for the day. Don’t forget that children under 12 and dogs get in for free.
South Parks, Headington Road, Oxford, OX3 0EBView map
Saturday 29th August
11am - 9pm
Sunday 30th August
11am - 9pm
Monday 31st August
11am- 6pmBuy Tickets
Good to know:
Dogs welcome on a short leash
Carers go free
There is NO parking on site.
Buses 8,9, 4A, 4B, 4C and 400 park & ride bring you to St Clements street stop just a short walk from the South Park Foodies Festival Entrance
0844 995 1111
Oxford Foodies Festival is not affected following the outbreak of the coronavirus. Oxford City Council and Foodies Festival are monitoring the situation closely and as it stands currently the event will take place.
We will continue to follow the advice provided by the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Government and Public Health England to ensure the safety of our visitors, exhibitors and staff.
All attendees are encouraged to maintain good hand, respiratory and personal hygiene. Our visitors’ safety is our number one priority and as this is a developing situation, we will continue to monitor and review our security measures to adhere with the recommended advice.
We do recommend that visitors keep a close eye on the situation too, referring to the latest information and advice provided by Public Health England. Should anything change, updates will be posted to this website and emails sent to registered newsletter subscribers.
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