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Eats and Beats Festival

Newcastle, County Down, BT33 0AA
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New to the Giant Adventures line-up will be the Eats and Beats Festival on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 September in Newcastle, County Down.

Bringing you the best in local and world food and music, the Eats and Beats Festival weekend will see five music stages providing 70+ free performances.

There will be two homegrown and world food villages with over 80 unique and locally produced food and beverage outlets.

Visitors can experience food trails, cooking demos and food sampling, as well as a host of family fun and wellness activities.

Save the date as this is going to be a weekend not to be missed.

 

Other Giant Adventures in Visit Mourne are Wake the Giant, Warrenpoint and Footsteps in the Forest, Slieve Gullion Forest Park.

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Opening Times

Season (3 Sept 2022 - 4 Sept 2022)
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Saturday - Sunday10:00 - 20:00

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