Taste of the South comes to the area on the 21st and 22nd July, it takes place at Chapel Gate, close to Bournemouth Airport.
Children go for FREE, parking is FREE and pre-registered tickets are just £4 each.
Taste of the South Festival returns to Dorset this July and is set to showcase the region’s top talent alongside great food and drink, art, culture and artisan products. The two-day festival, which will be held at Chapel Gate, next to Bournemouth Airport, over the weekend of July 21-22, celebrates all things local from across the entire South of England with entertainment, live music, tastings and award-winning chef demonstrations, will ensure wide-ranging ‘great day out’ appeal for families, visitors and locals at the start of the summer holidays, all set to tantalise the taste-buds and inspire you to try recipes at home and gain hints and tips from with top chefs coming from Dorset, Hampshire, Cornwall and Buckinghamshire, producers, artisans and beautifully designed gifts and gadgets and remedies, as well as the health and wellbeing area and the entertainment stage.
Richard Blunderfield, Director of Taste of the South, added: “Dorset is ideally placed to connect the entire South for this event. Chapel Gate’s spectacular location is a perfect backdrop for a festival, adjacent to Bournemouth Airport and easily accessible from the A338 as well as Wimborne, Ferndown, Poole, Bournemouth, Christchurch and surrounding areas.”
Tickets are £4 via pre order and FREE for children under 12, with FREE parking. For more information visit www.tastesouth.events