Free Entry
16th & 17th May 11:30am-7:00pm


Dive into street food, catering to all tastes. Napkins at the ready!


Pair your delicious delights with your chosen tipples. Whether it is bubbles or beer, we’ve got it covered.


You’ll not be able to stop tapping your feet to our in house bands performing all weekend.

About Us

We know you’re all foodies, so of course The South Glos Food and Drink Festival will be back for the fourth time this Spring.

We will be returning to the Bristol and Bath Science Park on the 16th & 17th May 2020 providing the world of food and drink right at your doorstep.

Our Exhibitors will have an array of deliciousness on offer, with something to suit all. With more fantastic entertainment we know the crowds will bopping along throughout the whole weekend.

The Festival

A whole weekend celebrating our two favourite things - food and drink! You certainly won't leave hungry from the array of deliciousness available for every preference. Dogs welcome on leads.

Hosted on the Lawns at the Bristol & Bath Science Park, satisfy that rumbling tummy from sweet treats to savoury delights and classic real ale to cocktail o'clock, at this free entry event there is something for everyone.

Fancy exhibiting? Send us your information using our contact form.

Join us!

The event is held on the site outside of the Bristol & Bath Science Park, (Sat Nav - BS16 7FR) AA road signs will also be in place to guide you further (disabled parking is available, please display your badge in your windscreen)

Lets be green...

Direct bus and cycle routes run to the Bristol and Bath Science Park. To cycle, the venue is located just off the Ring Road Cycle Path which connects to the Concorde Way, Bristol & Bath Railway Path and the Avon Cycle Way.The M3 Metrobus route stops at the Science Park and there is a Park and Ride from Lyde Green (BS16 7GG) using this route.

2020 Spring Exhibitors

  • 101 Rumbar & Food
  • ABK Beer
  • Almondsbury Garden Centre
  • Armenian Family Street Kitchen
  • Avon Wildlife Trust
  • Big G’s Grill
  • Boston Shakers
  • Buss Slush & Doughnuts
  • Butternut Box
  • Charles Taylor Trading
  • ChockShop
  • Dachael’s Bar
  • Doughnutterie
  • English Spirit
  • Faraday Kitchen
  • Flapjackery
  • Gillow Cider
  • Gingerbeards Preserves
  • In Fine Spirits
  • Legends Food – Greek
  • Milanos Coffee
  • Mr & Mrs Olive UK
  • Non Solo Pasta
  • Old Stag Cider
  • Outside-Inns
  • Piccolo Prosecco
  • Platinum Pancakes
  • Queen Burger – Fab Food Co.
  • Riverford Organic Farmers
  • SilvaFush Jewellery
  • Super Whippy Ice Cream
  • Supreme Food Court
  • Take a Bao
  • Tasty Thai
  • The Caravan Project
  • The Cheese Wedge Co.
  • The Great British Cheese Company
  • The Meat Company
  • Thomas Cookie Co.
  • Upton Cheyney Chilli Farm
  • Windmill Leisure
  • Woodland Trust
  • WWF

2020 Spring Bands


  • Limited Edition
  • Stupid Band


  • African Sambista Band
  • Sarah Martyn Acoustic Duo

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The South Glos Food and Drink Festival will be back in for a second event in Autumn 2020. There will be plenty of belly's to fill at this FREE ENTRY event so be sure to not miss this one...

Want to Exhibit at the Spring Food Festival 2020? Applications are now open!

Our Supporters

  • Almondsbury Garden Centre
  • Sprint Print
  • Windmill Leisure
  • Bristol and Bath Science Park
  • The Boundary
  • Lyde Green Community Association
  • National Composite Centre
  • South Gloucestershire Council
  • Guy Salmon Jaguar Land Rover

Following the Government's COVID-19 public health restrictions and guidelines, we are sorry to announce that the South Glos Food and Drink Festival that was set to take place at the Bristol and Bath Science Park on the 16th and 17th of May 2020 has been postponed until 2021