The Isle of Man Food & Drink Festival celebrates the very best of Manx produce; it’s a weekend where we shine a light on all the passionate people, businesses and organisations that make the Island’s food culture so uniquely bold and creative.
Showcasing quality produce rich in provenance, this year promises to stay true to everything that has made the festival such a success in the past, with the Manx Produce Marquee, Drinks Pavilion, Manx Cookery Theatre, Catering Village, Children's Discovery Zone, Crafts under the Colonnade and performance areas for live musicians.
Open 10am to 5pm both days
Tickets available on the gate, priced at £5 per person or £8 for a weekend pass and free for children under 16
Kindly sponsored by PokerStars, Gamesys, Zurich International, Trade Distribution Logistics, Magnet, Time Enough and in association with Manx Radio.
Adult tickets are £5 per day / £8 for a weekend pass.
Admission is free for children under 16.
Tickets are available at the gate (cash and contactless payments accepted) or in advance via VillaGaiety.
With over 70 exhibitors taking part, find your favourite food and drink producers in one place.
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Please go to the entrance marked *
Please follow any instructions given by organisers or via announcement
The Villa Marina is centrally located in the Isle of Man’s capital. It is served by bus routes and there are a variety of multi-storey car parks nearby, the closest being Chester Street.
The Promenade now has two-way traffic and visitors can also access the Villa Marina heading down Broadway.
A free shuttle bus is in operation from The Grandstand on Saturday 18th September, leaving every half hour from 10:00 until 16:00.
There are three visitor entrances: through the Villa Marina arcade, from the promenade under the colonnade and via Broadway.
Free admission for under 16s with many activities run by Ballakelly Farm including butter making, tyre sand pit, water tray, pasta play, seed planting, bird feeder making, colouring and giant art. There will be milking cow demonstrations, loaghtan sheep and owls between 10am and 12pm.