Tickets for Dublin’s newest food festival, Slow in the City, are now on sale, and with an exciting line up of food lovers are encouraged to snap up their tickets fast.
Visitors can expect an indoor food market showcasing the best producers Dublin city and county has to offer, including L Mulligan Grocers, Clonanny Farm, Bretzel Bakery, Klaw Dublin, Real Man Wines, This is Seaweed, Piglet Wine Bar, Jane Russell Sausages, Rifanos Crepes & Waffles, and many more.
The Workshop area of the festival will host a line-up of kids and adults tutorials, demos and tastings will take place throughout the day such as pumpkin carving, Halloween cake decorating, an oyster masterclass with Niall Sabongi from Klaw Dublin, and whiskey tasting.
Throughout the day, a series of talks and panel discussions will take place in The Symposium area on a variety of topics relating to soil, growing and food production in Ireland.
With a strong zero waste policy, Slow in the City will adopt ‘Food on Board’, a zero-waste initiative successfully trialed at this year’s Body&Soul Festival, which will see each vendor be given wooden boards to serve food on alleviating any packaging.
Attendees will be asked to drop their boards to the washing station when finished and use the food bins provided for any leftovers. What’s more all food collected will be given to the local community gardens for compost.
Tickets for Slow in the City (€10 adults/€7 for SF members/FREE for kids under 12) are available to buy on Eventbrite.
With a few spots left in the food market for producers, vendors are invited to email firstname.lastname@example.org to book their free stall.