Make the most of your visit

When and where is it?

Flavour Fest
Friday 27 - Sunday 29 May 2022
Plymouth City Centre 

Opening times:

Friday: 10am to 6pm
Saturday: 10am to 6pm
Sunday: 10am to 5pm

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What to see and do

This year the festival will look different with one huge marquee covering the Piazza, filled with food and drink traders, ensuring a great day out whatever the weather. 

From 10am until 5pm each day there will be a range of cookery demonstrations being held in the cookery theatre by local and regional chefs. You can see the full schedule here.

Jeremiah’s Journey will be providing the activities in the interactive family fun area for Flavour Fest this year and on each day there will be a range of activities that children can enjoy including arts and crafts (each day), face painting and glitter tattoos with Cher’s Funky Faces (Saturday and Sunday all day) and a magic show and tricks from Jon Martin Magic (Sunday only, from late morning).

How to get here

Check out our Plan your visit page for more details.

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Accessibility 

Flavour Fest attracts thousands of visitors to the city centre over the three days of the event. Previously we have found that the first hour of each day tends to be the quietest should you wish to visit when there are fewer people are around. Please note though that our new format for the event is one large marquee on the Piazza so whatever the weather over the three days we expect it to be busy.

 

At the front of the viewing area for watching the cookery theatre there will be a designated accessibility space.

 

Whilst the main event will all be held under one large marquee on the Piazza, our popular street food traders will be situated along Armada Way and the street food bar will be in Place de Brest where there will be a seating area for customers - at times this may provide a less busy place to sit and enjoy the event.

 

There are also a number of venues within the city centre that would be delighted to welcome visitors who need a chilled out area to enjoy including Moments Cafe (69A New George Street), Coffee Time (134 Cornwall Street), Power Plant Café (59 Cornwall Street) and The Treasury (Catherine Street).

 

There are public toilets, including disabled toilets on Armada Way.

If you find yourself needing any help on the day please look out for the stewards in yellow jackets or event staff in orange jackets as they’ll be happy to help.

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