FAQs

What are the dates/opening times?

 

Friday September 27th – 10am to 6pm
Saturday September 28th – 10am to 6pm
Sunday September 29th – 10am to 5pm

 

 

Do you need a ticket?

 

While Canterbury Food & Drink Festival is FREE to attend, many of for the Urban Food Tour events are ticketed – more information TBA

 

 

What if it rains?

 

Fear not, in the event of rain we (literally) have you covered with several sheltered dining areas located around the festival site

 

 

How to get there

 

The main festival site is at Dane John Gardens, a 2 minute walk from Canterbury East station and 15 minutes from Canterbury West

 

 

 

Is there any parking?

 

There are several carparks nearby, but if driving can be avoided, we highly recommend taking public transport to avoid the congestion

They are as follows:

Castle Row
CT1 2PT

Watling Street
CT1 2UD

Holman’s Meadow
CT1 3JB

Whitefriars
CT1 2TF

Castle Street
CT1 2QD

Rosemary Lane
CT1 2PN

Find out more here

 

 

Are animals allowed?

 

Yes, dogs are allowed onsite

 

 

Any other questions please email hello@theeventumbrella.com

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Showcasing the very best food and local produce Kent has to offer, the Canterbury Food & Drink Festival boasts around 120 traders

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Urban Food Tour

A series of workshops produced in partnership with some of Canterbury’s best-loved food and drink producers

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Produced in Kent

The home of all things Kent, The Produced in Kent area boasts over 40 of the finest local food and craft stalls

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Live Music

People travel from far and wide for the smörgåsbord of mouth-watering food and drink options, but the bandstand is the beating heart and soul of the Canterbury Food & Drink Festival

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Digital Guide To Canterbury

A bespoke Google map detailing all the places of interest you might want to visit beyond the Dane John Gardens walls

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