Wexford Harvest Festival
IOAC, Sixacre, Tagoat, County Wexford, Ireland
The inaugural Wexford Harvest Festival burst onto the festival scene on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th August 2020.
A great event for all the family, young and not so young, this festival will celebrate everything related to Wexford and its bounty and provide a great family day out! So, calling all foodies, adventurers, festival fans and serious fun lovers.
The Harvest Festival will take place on the extensive IOAC campus at Tagoat Village, just outside Rosslare Harbour and 15 minutes from Wexford Town. This great event has the full support of Wexford County Council, Fáilte Ireland, Wexford Food family and Taste Wexford. With partners like these on board, you know it will be a quality day out!
The unique IOAC campus is the ideal base for this festival, easily accessible directly from the main N25, ample parking and a fantastic outdoor venue.
So, what’s on offer to those that attend? Well, put simply, this is a quality festival with quality exhibitors and activities for all ages.
For the foodies, there will be a wealth of artisan food producers and other suppliers who are doing amazing work every day producing quality food and beverage products in the Wexford region. They will display, offer tasting and sell their quality produce from their stalls.
For the adventurers, there will be many activities, everything from tossing cabres, welly throwing, archery, high ropes adventures, fun team games and much, much more.
Live music will ring out around the venue from the festival stage, entertaining visitors and creating a relaxed, festival atmosphere. Areas will be set up with seating and tables and provide a chilled-out area to take a breather and enjoy some quality food on offer.
Having our smaller kids entertained is a vital part of this festival. So, with that very much in mind, there will be Bouncy castles available as well as entertainers, face painting and lots more.
So, make history and join us at the inaugural Wexford Harvest Festival, Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th August 2020 at the IOAC!