.Taste of Wicklow is delighted to be returning from Friday, 24th to Sunday, 26th of June and is
set to be the largest food festival on the east coast.

Joining a host of local and national chefs will be a star-studded line up of celebrity chefs from
across Ireland including JP McMahon, Darina Allen, Jeeny Maltese and Paul Kelly.

There will also be over 50 artisan food and drink stalls serving delightful and delicious dishes
at the event’s new location, An Tairseach Organic Farm & Ecology Centre in Wicklow Town (located next to Dominican Convent Wicklow)

On Friday, June 24th a wonderful weekend in Wicklow Town will kick off with the VIP Taste of Wicklow banquet, where booking platform Tabero and local restaurant Sorrel & Eve along with An Tairseach Organic Farm & Ecology Centre are joining forces to put on an exclusive pop-up dining experience limited to just 50 people.

Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th will play host to a smash-hit range of food demonstrations
from celebrity and local chefs, along with a live stage where a medley of musicians and DJs
will be performing across the weekend.

Also on display will be various craft and gift stalls as well as a jam-packed schedule of family entertainment including circus acts, face painting, balloon modelling, clay painting, games and storytelling – children aged under 12 will be allowed free entry to the Taste of Wicklow.

Speaking ahead of the festival’s launch, Wicklow Town & District Chamber President Matt
Forkin said: “I’m delighted that Wicklow Town’s signature event, Taste of Wicklow, is finally able to return with a bang.

“This will be its eighth year, and we can’t wait to welcome visitors to our lovely coastal town. We hope you take the time to shop in Wicklow Town, to visit our coffee shops, restaurants, and local pubs.”

Taste of Wicklow is brought to you by Wicklow Town and District Chamber of Commerce, with the support of An Tairseach, Gallaghers Super Valu Wicklow, Wicklow Naturally, Trinity Motors, REA Forkin, McKenna, Wicklow County Council, Green Meadow Farm and Smiths of Wicklow.

Tickets are still available for the Taste of Wicklow online at www.tasteofwicklow.ie. You can also visit the website to find a full list of what’s on each day.

Article Credit : www.wicklownews.net