The Isle of Man Food & Drink Festival UNLOCKED is a special edition of this annual event, organised by the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture.

Festival programme 2020

Celebrating the very best of Manx produce for a 12th year, 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.

With over 60 exhibitors 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, Market Stalls under the Colonnade and performance areas for live musicians.

In order to maximise efforts to stimulate economic activity, this year’s event will be half price to visitors and exhibitors.

Adult tickets are £2.50 per day. Children under 16 have free admission (no ticket required). Buy tickets in advance via VillaGaiety or at the gate.

Open 10am to 5pm Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th September 2020

No dogs allowed, only guide dogs.

Sponsored by PokerStars, Isle of Man Meats, Trade Distribution Logistics, Santander International, Dave’s Delicious Dogs, Magnet and in association with Manx Radio.

FREE SHUTTLE BUS:

The Bowl car park located by the NSC is free for visitors to use. The first bus leaves from the bus stop layby on Pulrose Bridge at 10am then on the hour every hour thereafter until 4pm. The first bus leaves the coach layby on Finch Road at 11:30am then on the hour every hour until the last bus at 4:30pm.

DOWNLOAD the programme

WATCH last year’s promotional video

DOWNLOAD the 2019 wrap-up report

VIEW Sponsorship Opportunities – 2020

VISITOR INFORMATION

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

The Festival programme for 2018

Take a look at the 2018 food festival video here

Take a look at the 2017 food festival video here

The video of the 2016 Isle of man food festival is here 2016 Isle of Man Food Festival

Videos of previous Isle of Man Food Festivals