Planning Your Visit

Planning Your Visit?

Planning on visiting this year’s Wrexham Food & Drink Festival? Below is some useful information to help you plan your visit. We’ve also put together a list of frequently asked questions.

If you can’t find what you’re looking for please email us at team@wrexhamfoodfestival.wales and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Tickets

Tickets will be available at the gate, and prices are below:

Adult Tickets: 1 Day (16+) – £4.00   |   2 Day (16+) – £6.00
Child Tickets: 1 Day (8-16) – £2.00   |   2 Day (8-16) – £3.00
Family Tickets: 1 Day (2 Adults & 3 Children) – £10.00   |   2 Day (2 Adults & 3 Children) – £15.00

Infant Tickets (Under 8) – FREE

Opening Times: Saturday 10AM–9PM & Sunday 10AM–6PM

You will be given a wrist band on entry, allowing you to exit and re-ender the festival site as you wish. We encourage our visitors to explore what the town has to offer, including its excellent food and drink offerings!

Parking

Council owned car parks will be FREE for the event from 10am aside from Ty Pawb, and there is plenty of parking in and around the town. Please check car parks for details!

A full list of council car parks can be found here.

All of which have designated disabled parking spaces.

Access

Disabled access will be via ramp access through the entrance on to the field.

Disabled toilets are also provided.

If you plan on visiting and require special arrangements please get in touch with us  and we’ll do our best to help.

Our Most Frequently Asked Questions

We won’t be stopping anyone bringing food, however we would encourage you to embrace the event and try something new and support the traders instead!

We will not be able to bring your own alcohol for licensing reasons.

No – deckchairs, gazebos or other garden furniture is allowed. There will be seating and cover at the festival, so we would ask those attending to be considerate to others.

Yes. We would ask they are kept on a lead, and be mindful it is a food and drink festival. Please remember poo bags!

Yes – anyone with a valid child or adult ticket is eligible.

We hope to have details from AVOW very shortly.

We will have designated bins to ensure recycling is possible, and would encourage everyone attending to be conscious of their litter waste as well as food waste. You can read our policy here.

We are encouraging everyone to be aware of the issues surrounding plastic use, and excess packaging. Although the event will not be plastic free this year, we are exploring how that could be possible in future years.

Card payments will not be accepted at the entrance, though you will be given a wrist band allowing you to exit and enter the site as your wish.

We expect the majority of traders will accept card payments.

Cash machines are located just outside the festival site, the nearest being Natwest.

No, but the nearest cash point is Natwest on Lord Street, and others are available!

There will be a range of food and drink on sale throughout the event, and you will need to check with individual traders for any allegen, dietary or other information.

There is 24 hour onsite security before, during and after the event. On the event days there is additional security, voluntary stewards, first aid and event staff.

Yes! We encourage as much filming, pictures and social sharing of the event – and would love you to share it with us too. We are not in a position to pay for any video licences, however aim to make a gallery of the event, and share our what people experienced – so share your links to us via @WrexhamFood or email over and we will make sure we share with a credit.

Yes, there is contingency plans.