VIDEO: Midleton Food and Drink Festival, Cork

Midleton Food and Drink Festival is a major achievement for the East Cork area and for the organisers, with over 25,000 people attending the Festival annually since its launch in 2004. 

Video David Keane

VIDEO: Midleton Food and Drink Festival, Cork

Mary O’Callaghan from Leamlara, Aoife Jones from Knockraha and Edel Cronin from Lisgoold, enjoying the fun at the Food & Drink Festival inMidleton

VIDEO: Midleton Food and Drink Festival, Cork

John, Siobhan, Sean, Aoife and Cian Ryan from Dungourney and Penny, relaxing with their food

VIDEO: Midleton Food and Drink Festival, Cork

Conor the Clown having fun with locals Sinead, Shane and Sophie Mae Mulcahy-Cotter

The Festival showcases the high quality food produce and promote this area as one of the premier food producing regions in Ireland as well as being an attractive tourist destination. The Food Festival Committee has selected food producers that would best highlight the ‘flavour and aroma’ of the food and drink products produced in the area. Similar to previous years, food, drink and craft producers will display and sell their products, to participate in food demonstrations and to promote food tasting. The Festival is family orientated and provides street entertainment throughout the day including a Fashion Show

The Midleton Food Festival is backed by the crucial dedication of a fantastic Festival committee and the support of the people of Midleton


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