Win tickets to Bristol Foodies Festival

PUBLISHED: 14:17 29 April 2019 | UPDATED: 14:59 29 April 2019

Cookery demonstrations will be served up by Jan Ostle of Wilson's restaurant and Louise McCrimmon of the city’s Harvey Nichols restaurant as well as cookery author Anupreet Attridge.

Cookery demonstrations will be served up by Jan Ostle of Wilson's restaurant and Louise McCrimmon of the city's Harvey Nichols restaurant as well as cookery author Anupreet Attridge.

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An array of food tasters, celebrity cooking demonstrations, drink masterclasses and live music will fill The Downs on May 10-12 as the Foodies Festival comes to Bristol.

Bristol cooking talent Anupreet Attridge, Jan Ostle and Louise McCrimmon will be demonstrating their culinary skills at the festival.Bristol cooking talent Anupreet Attridge, Jan Ostle and Louise McCrimmon will be demonstrating their culinary skills at the festival.

Chart-topping band Scouting for Girls are headlining at the event, while Masterchef 2014 champion Ping Coombes will show off her culinary skills on the chef's demonstration stage.

The Foodies Festival is the UK's biggest celebration of food and drink and more than 25,000 people are expected to flock to the spectacle.

Festival director Sue Hitchen said: “Music and food are our two favourite things and over the years we have become known as the country's gastro Glastonbury as we stage festivals up and down the country.

“Bristolians really know their food and love to try something new.

Ping Coombs will be demonstrating her culinary skills at the festival.Ping Coombs will be demonstrating her culinary skills at the festival.

“We can't wait to return.”

Michelin star chefs George Livesey, of Bristol's Bulrush restaurant, and Rob Potter, from the Manor House in Wiltshire, will also carry out demonstrations, along with Jan Ostle of Wilson's restaurant and Louise McCrimmon of the city's Harvey Nichols restaurant.

For the second year running, the festival is supporting Musicians Against Homelessness (MAH) with tickets helping to raise money for UK charity Crisis.

Scouting for Girls, whose hits include She's So Lovely, will headline the MAH stage, while leading Queen tribute act Flash and a host of emerging bands and performers will have visitors singing and dancing well into the night.

Scouting For Girls are headlining the event.Scouting For Girls are headlining the event.

Visitors can expect more than 200 exhibitors, award-winning artisan producers, a street food village, cakes and desserts theatre, kids cookery school, a chef's theatre, a chilli eating contest, a vegan beer tent and a dog arena.

Guests can book for a day, the whole weekend or enjoy a VIP experience.

Tickets, priced £5-38, can be booked from foodiesfestival.com

The Mercury has teamed up with the Foodies Festival to give readers the chance to win one of three pairs of tickets to the event.

Queen tribute Flash will perform at the event.Queen tribute Flash will perform at the event.

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