The Movable Feast North Wales is coming to Bangor Pier on Friday 10th May 2019, 5pm-10pm. Think Food Festival and so much more…be prepared to be entertained, dazzled and amazed at the best that North Wales has to offer.
Back for 2019! The Movable Feast promises more stalls, some great new Veggie and Vegan options, local produce, local breweries, local distilleries and great local live music.
This is an event for all the family, including your 4 legged friends who are very welcome as long as they are kept on a lead.
The Movable Feast will be the biggest ever celebration of North Wales food and drink. Fun for all the family, eat, drink, live music and entertainment – enjoy a feast of an evening on Bangor Pier.
It’s new, it’s exciting and it’s all about the local producers of North Wales; food, drink, crafts, artists, entertainers and much more.
Food & Drink – All the Food & Drink producers are local, the more local the better. Prepare to be dazzled and surprised by the hidden culinary gems, a vibrant food and drink community and all on your doorstep.
Music and Entertainment – All the joy of the circus and more including live music, innovative workshops and just good old fashioned fun.
There are 7 dates confirmed for 2019 across Conwy, Gwynedd & Anglesey –
The first Movable Feast arrives in Bangor on 10th May.
10.05.19: The Movable Feast – Bangor Pier
08.06.19: The Movable Feast – Menai Bridge (Prince’s Pier)
22.06.19: The Movable Feast – Criccieth
13.07.19: The Movable Feast – Porthmadog
27.07.19: The Movable Feast – Llandudno
17.08.19: The Movable Feast – Benllech
24.08.19: The Movable Feast – Amlwch
Adults – £3.00 / Children under 12 FREE / Concessions (OAP’s / Students) – £2.00
Tickets – Please bring either a printed copy of your tickets or have them downloaded to the app on your phone
Tickets Available Here: https://www.facebook.com/events/388797921900736/
*Pay on the Day Available!
Date and Time
Fri 10th May 2019
5pm – 10pm
For Stall, Trade or Entertainment enquiries please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by The Movable Feast North Wales on Sunday, 29 April 2018