Cornwall LivingIssue #110

Food festival hits the road

Now’s the time to secure your tickets for Paul Ainsworth’s Travelling Feast!

Paul Ainsworth and his chef mates are inviting you to join them on his first ever Travelling Feast. Taking place at some of the most stunning places in Cornwall, from Boconnoc to Padstow, with an incredible line up of food trucks, hand-picked by Paul himself. With food from award-winning chefs, festival nights, intimate gigs and other wonderful experiences, this is shaping up to be a festival like no other.

The festival nights will include incredible live music from the Kaiser Chiefs, Jake Bugg, The Human League, Rudimental DJ, Sister Sledge, Gabrielle and more. Travelling Feast is just the event we’ve all been waiting for, especially in lieu of the festivals we’ve all so sorely missed over the past year. If you want to treat yourself, why not upgrade to a VIP ticket, which will get you exclusive access to the Festival Nights, including fast-track entry, close-up stage views, three complimentary drinks and access to a private enclosure.

For the foodies out there, Travelling Feast promises the chance to sample cuisine from a range of amazing street food trucks, offering a wide selection of the most delectable food that the UK has to offer. Some of the best chefs in the UK will be bringing their food trucks alongside Paul and his team, including Tom Kerridge’s Humble Pie Truck, Niall Keating’s Paradise Carriage, John Hooker’s Cornish Arms Airstream and James Martin’s Ice Cream Truck. In the main arena there will also be an artisan market for you to peruse, with a myriad of stalls selling the finest Cornish produce, as well as family entertainment and cooking demonstrations from Paul and friends.

Interested? Travelling Feast will be live between August 6th – 20th 2021. If you want to fully immerse yourself in the festival atmosphere this summer (including camping and glamping), Travelling Feast is shaping up to be precisely the event we’ve all been yearning for.

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