The Liverpool Food, Drink and Lifestyle Festival returns this April, celebrating the awakening of spring.
The festival site will be divided into five areas, each with its own look and feel, including The Wood Lands which takes its inspiration from rural crafts and pastimes, The Meadow, a village full of the region’s best independent street food operators and local producers, and The Pasture, a wonderfully fertile area that has creative living at its heart.
This year's event includes a much wider lifestyle offer, with zones dedicated not only to food and drink, but homes, gardening, craft and even focusing on body and mind.
Bars, restaurants and producers confirmed to take part in the event include Baoxen Ltd, Little Furnace, Oh So British Street Food, Fudge Factory, French Corner and the Real Thai Pie Co.
With plenty to see and do, Liverpool Food & Drink Festival is the perfect place to spend the weekend with the whole family. For more information or to buy tickets click here.
Advanced tickets are now on sale and priced at £6.00 each (£7.50 on the day) or £10.00 for a weekend pass (£12 on the day). Children under 14 go free.
Get to Liverpool Food and Drink Festival by train
Get there with a Family Day Ticket, it can be used for up to a family of 5 and costs just £11! The ticket covers children aged 5 - 15 travelling with 1 or 2 adults.
Or you can buy an All Zone Day Saver that costs just £5.10 for adults and £2.55 for Young People (aged 5 to 18) for unlimited travel on the Merseyrail network.
The Day Saver and Family tickets are valid for unlimited travel on the Merseyrail network anytime except 6.31am - 9.29am Monday - Friday.