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Africa Oyé, the UK's largest free celebration of African music and culture takes place annually in Liverpool. Beginning in 1992 as a series of small gigs...
Brenda’s Siu Mai & Brenda’s Chilli Sauce took part in this year’s Liverpool Foods & Drinks Festival which was a hugh success.
Into it’s 4th year, the Food & Drink Festival extended over 2 days at Sefton Park. Over 90 market stalls took part in what is the largest gathering in Liverpool so far. Other than the stalls, there were food demonstrations from celebrity chefs such as Brian Mellor, Simon Rimmer...
Liverpool Parks @LiverpoolParks. Official account for the Liverpool Food & Drink Festivals! Next event - April15th & 16th - Sefton Park.
From 19 – 21 September, Liverpool Food and Drink Festival transforms Sefton Park into a weekend where delicious food is all that matters. With more than 160 talented local chefs and producers serving up a giant feast for the public...
Thousands flocked to Sefton Park last weekend for the annual highlight on every North West food lover’s calendar, the Liverpool Food and Drink Festival. Record numbers enjoyed the food festival, which is now in its seventh year, with 45,000+ people attending the 3 day event.
Sefton Park’s Palm House in Liverpool witnessed a big cultural extravaganza in the form of a food and drink festival.
Liverpool Food and Drink festival, Sefton park 2014.
Now in its 8th year, Liverpool Food and Drink Festival is back and will once again transform Sefton Park into a giant feast to celebrate the city’s favourite restaurants, bars, cafes Visitors can sample an eclectic range of flavours and tastes served up by over 160 local chefs and artisan producers.