Your Ultimate Guide to Food Festivals In Norwich In September 2022
From pizza to pastries our roundup of exciting food festivals and events going on in and around Norwich over September is the only thing you need to perfectly finish the Summer. In our list of street food events and festivals, we will cover a variety of dates markets and nd fairs featuring an assortment of local vendors.
All of the events in our ultimate guide to food festivals in Norwich over September 2022, are located outside so you can enjoy a stunning al fresco dining experience. So check out our busy programme of events, and get ready for an unforgettable month of exciting cuisine showcased in some of the most beautiful areas of the county. We promise you a fabulous family day out including fine street food, new dining experiences and exceptional quality.
Street Food Sunday
Where: Fitzmaurice Park in Thorpe St Andrew
When: 12noon until 3 pm on September 11
Price: Free Entry
Street Food Sunday is an awesome fair organised by Thorpe St Andrew Town Council that takes place in Fitzmaurice Park just off Pound Lane in Norwich. Featured vendors include The Bucket List, Gringo’s Nacho Factory, Claridge’s Catering, The Bap Cave, Churros & Chorizo, East Coast Pizza Company, Harry’s Catering Van, The Durban Grill and Broadside Pizza. There will also be hot drinks available from Cafe2U, delicious Tani’s Donuts, Fab Fudge, a Mr Frosty’s Ice Cream stall and more.
All dietary requirements are met at Street Food Sunday with vegetarian and vegan options widely available. Most stalls will take cards as well as cash, but it is always best to check with the vendor before you order.
There is no parking available so an ABC taxi is recommended as transport to and from the Street Food Sunday festival.
Where: The Little Norfolk Farm, Sandy Lane, Horsford, NR10 3FB
When: 3 pm until late every Saturday, until September 24
Price: Free entry
Nestled away in a fenced-off part of The Little Norfolk Farm in Horsford you can enjoy tasty street food and chilled Ibiza classics as part of their seasonal event.
Situated on the outskirts of Norwich, The Little Norfolk Farm plays host to a variety of vendors including Farriers Refreshments, East Coast Pizza, What Aimee Baked and Amma’s Kitchen.
Entry and parking to the event are free and the site is child friendly with an area of hay dedicated to the kids called the Pig Pen.
The Foodies Festival, Norwich
Where: Earlham Park, Norwich, NR4 7TQ
When: September 9: 12pm-9pm, September 10: 11am-9pm, September 11: 11am-8pm
Price: Adult Day Tickets start at £18 or you can pay £38 for the whole weekend. Child concessions are available with VIP and family tickets are also available to book online.
This amazing food festival is touring the UK and this year is the first year that Norwich hosts the event. The festival will feature mouth-watering street food and cookery exhibitions with leading chefs.
There will also be live performances from Liberty X and S Club All-Stars on Friday and Sophie Ellis-Bextor performing on Saturday and finally Scouting for Girls headlining on Sunday night.
Sausage and Cider Festival
Where: St Andrews and Blackfriars Hall, St Andrews Hall Plain, Norwich, NR3 1AU
When: September 24, 12pm-5pm | 6pm-11pm
Price: £12.50 plus the booking fee
Come and discover an assortment of sausages & cider at St Andrews and Blackfriars Halls as they play host to a variety of sausage vendors with their products available in various shapes sizes and flavours.
There will be an exceptional selection of drinks to sample across several bars including traditional bag-in-box cider and can cider, beers, craft beer, Prosecco and Wine as well as soft drinks and more.
There will also be performances from various local acts as well as some of the country’s leading tribute acts. All dietary requirements and preferences will be catered for with many gluten-free and vegan options available.