Hastings Seafood and Wine Festival
Indulge in a mouth-watering weekend of delicious seafood and luscious wines at this spectacular festival.
The festival site and the marquees on The Stade by the historic Net Huts house a range of food, wine and themed activities to tempt everyone from wine connoisseurs and seafood sophisticates to those who just enjoy trying something different.
Superb live music and street entertainment completes the lively festival atmosphere, making this an unmissable event.
The festival is centered around The Stade and Rock-a-Nore Road in the heart of the Old Town, although business across the whole of Hastings join in with special menus and entertainment.
This year is a paid-for event, adult wristbands are £1 in advance from the Hastings Information Centre, Aquila House; £2 on the gate; children (U18) free. No dogs are allowed on site other than assist dogs.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|In advance||£1.00 per ticket|
|On the day||£2.00 per ticket|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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