The mouth watering Seaham Food Festival is returning this year for an epic two day celebration of delicious street food!
Here’s everything you need to know…
On Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 August, stalls will be serving up the finest local produce and exciting street food will be at the heart of the coastal event. And with applications to trade at the festival now open, food and drink traders are being encouraged to apply online at seahamfoodfestival.co.uk.
The announcement closely follows the submission of County Durham’s bid to be UK City of Culture 2025. Gaining this title would bring transformational social and economic benefits to the entire region and pave the way for even more vibrant and inclusive events like Seaham Food Festival.
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Alongside the tempting food stalls, this year, Seaham Food Festival will once again feature an open-air cookery theatre with demonstrations from celebrity chefs and well-known food personalities. There will also be live music and entertainment against the stunning backdrop of the County Durham Heritage Coast.
Cllr Elizabeth Scott, Durham County Council’s Cabinet member for economy and partnerships, said:
“Seaham Food Festival is a fantastic event that not only offers a wonderful day out for people of all ages, but boosts the local economy and enhances County Durham’s reputation as a culinary destination.
“It also provides an opportunity for North East producers to showcase their wares to a wide audience so I would encourage any traders interested in being a part of the festival to apply as soon as possible.
“Events like Seaham Food Festival are also one of the reasons why we believe County Durham is such a stronger contender to be UK City of Culture 2025. I would urge everyone to continue backing the Durham 2025 campaign and help us to expand the county’s world class cultural offer.”