Saturday 10am - 6pm £3.50
Sunday 10am - 4pm £2.50
Weekend Ticket £5.00
Under 18s FREE
Food stalls - Live music - Street Theatre
Talks & Tastes - Chef Demonstrations
Free children's activities
NARBERTH FOOD FESTIVAL 2013
As usual our Festival RAFFLE has a great selection of prizes donated by generous local businesses and organizations: see them all here.
Income from the 2013 raffle has helped us to maintain our low entry fees unchanged for the third year running.
Tickets from the festival information desk and bar or from committee members before the weekend.
Honour for Friend of Festival
Congratulations and good luck to top Welsh chef and festival regular Stephen Terry.
Stephen is in charge of Thursday’s dinner at the Nato summit in Newport this week. Search ’Stephen Terry Nato’ for multiple news stories!
Stephen will be demonstrating on both days at Narberth Food Festival this year.
Narberth Food Festival means business
In 2013 Welsh Government commissioned a consultants’ report on Welsh food festivals.
The report revealed that:
58% of Narberth Food Festival visitors are non-local, including 19% from outside Wales.
Non-local visitors added an average £73 to the local economy – in addition to what they spent at the festival
And their survey of stallholders from 25 food festivals placed Narberth top for
- value for money of entry ticket
- seating areas
- interesting speakers & stage events (equal first with Abergavenny)
Tasty Music Too
As always we’ll have a rolling programme of live music throughout both days of the festival, showcasing new and established talent from Pembrokeshire and beyond. The emphasis is on feel-good sounds and some people come to Narberth Food Festival just for the music.
There'll be plenty of free seating and tables, so allow time to eat, drink, relax and enjoy the Narberth buzz.
To see, read about and listen to all our performers click here.
With the financial support of the Welsh Government