Celebrated as one of the UK’s best food festivals, 2022 promises a stellar line up of headline chefs, food and drink exhibitors, and events throughout the weekend.
In the Family Meadow you’ll find children’s cookery classes, small-scale ride-on farm machinery and food-based music workshops.
The Larder, an area celebrating fresh fruit and vegetable farmers in Suffolk, is a new addition to the festival, alongside a brand new Seafood Stage dedicated to the fisheries and seafood on the East Coast.
Plus the Co-Op Community Kitchen Stage, Masterclasses, Streetfood aplenty, Adnams Drinks Experience, New Businesses, live music, and more than 100 Suffolk-based producers.Get your tickets in advance for a discounted rate!
Head to the What's On section to see what we have on offer this yearWhat's On in 2022
Operating as a not-for-profit organisation, the festival dedicates itself to supporting and promoting the immediate area and the businesses within it, working year-round to give Suffolk producers, chefs, restaurants and businesses a platform to showcase what they do and earn the recognition they deserve.
Now in its 17th year, all entry fees and donations are invested in next year’s festival and buying a ticket offers visitors the chance to support the individuals and businesses making Suffolk’s food scene what it is.
Any donations help to make the next year bigger and better. If you would like to donate to the Festival, big or small, please click here to read about the different sponsorship options.
Buy your tickets now - £10 per adult in advance / £12 on the dayBook here
This was my first visit to Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival and what a wonderful part of the country it is too. The event itself was packed with truly unique and interesting producers and exhibitors, making it the ultimate food show for REAL food lovers. Plenty to do and see, lots to eat and drink and the variety of things to participate was incredible. I don’t think they will be able to keep me away next year, although this time, I plan on staying the whole weekend.
The Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival is a microcosm of what makes the Suffolk food economy so remarkable. You see the entrepreneurial energy, imagination and astonishing quality all brought together to produce some of the very best food in Britain