Wednesday 8th November to Sunday 12th November 2023
Bury’s very first Food and Drink Festival arrives this November!
The 5-day festival will see Bury Town Centre packed with pop-up food markets, artisan drinks, craft stalls, music and live entertainment.
Food vendors will take residence around the Millgate, Market square and the Golden Mile in Bury Market showcasing the very best food Bury has to offer from across the world.
Tempt your tastebuds with exclusive vegan, vegetarian and meat options as we welcome vendors such as All Fried Up, A Little Sweet, Dumpling Lam and Cha Cha Tea to Bury.
Additionally we will be running our much-loved Bury Beer Festival on the 10th and 11th November where there will be an array of craft Beers available from breweries across Bury and beyond.
So grab a snack, help yourself to a drink and enjoy the atmosphere and live entertainment that will be animating Bury Town Centre across this exciting 5-day festival of food and culture.
Food and Drink Festival Schedule
Wednesday 8th November • First day of the food and drink market around Millgate, Market square and the golden Mile in Bury Market. • Craft market. • Food and drink promotions in and around the bars in Bury.
Thursday 9th November • Day two of the Food and drink market in Millgate and Market Square and the Golden Mile in Bury Market offering music and entertainment. • Food and drink promotions in and around the bars in Bury.
Friday 10th November • Day one of the Bury Beer Festival hosted by the Met. • Day three of the pop-up food and drink market in the Millgate and Market Square and Bury Market. • Craft market
Saturday 11th November • Day two of the Bury Beer Festival hosted by the Met • Day four of the pop-up food and drink market • Craft market • Food and drink promotions in and around the bars in Bury • Stall and entertainment at Kay Gardens
Sunday 12th November • Music in bars across Bury, with a continuation of the food and drink promotions.
The Food and Drink Festival is a collaboration between Bury Council, the Bury BID and The Met.
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