Manchester Food and Drink Festival 2023

Ian Jones, Food and Drink Editor
MFDF 2022
Ian Jones

Manchester Food and Drink Festival 2023 - Book now

The 26th Manchester Food and Drink Festival is back for a special celebration of Manchester’s thriving food and drink scene.

As ever, we expect Cathedral Gardens to be at the heart of the action, hosting The Festival Hub which will be home to an array of street food traders, bars, and artisan producers, as well as masterclasses and takeovers. But there’ll be other events and happenings all across town and throughout autumn. Keep checking back for the full details of this always-great occasion.

There’s bound to be enough events on offer to cover a vast array of tastes. You’ll be able to book your tickets at the MFDF website below.

Manchester Food and Drink Festival 2023

Things to do right now

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Activity Until 3 February 2023, from £30.00

Baumka Conscious Clubbing at Victoria Warehouse

Music Until 16 February 2023, from £9.50

Donna Candy at SOUP

vegan super club
Activity Until 17 February 2023, from £50

Supper Club at the Vegetarian Society Cookery School

Exhibitions Until 18 February 2023, FREE

The Confessional at HOME

PUSH Festival 2023 at HOME
Festivals Until 18 February 2023,

PUSH Festival 2023 at HOME

The Singing Mermaid at Waterside
Families Until 19 February 2023, from £14.00

The Singing Mermaid at Waterside CANCELLED

Activity Until 25 February 2023, from £13

Elizabeth Gaskell’s House Tour

Fairy Tales at Z-Arts
Families Until 26 February 2023, from £3.00

Fairy Tales at Z-arts

Activity Until 6 March 2023, from £6.00

Shake it off: Music Video Dance Class with Girl Gang

Exhibitions Until 6 March 2023, FREE

Screen Time at KERB

The Lion King at the Palace Theatre
Families Until 11 March 2023, from £20.00

The Lion King at the Palace Theatre

OUTDOOR ART CLUB AT THE WHITWORTH
Childrens Until 18 March 2023, FREE

Outdoor Art Club at The Whitworth