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2015 Philly Farm & Food Fest

By Philly Farm & Food Fest (other events)

Sunday, April 12 2015 11:00 AM 4:00 PM
 
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The 4th Annual Philly Farm & Food Fest, a huge one-day-only marketplace of local deliciousnessis Sunday, April 12th from 11 am to 4 pm. Proceeds benefit Fair Food and PASA (Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture) whose work supports local farms and food.

Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Discounts are available for groups of 10 or more and kids under 12 get in free with registration.

Ticketleap supports Philly Farm & Food Fest by waiving all ticket service fees—thanks Ticketleap!

General Admission Ticket Highlights

  • Connect with over 100 farms, food artisans, and sustainable products
  • Enjoy small batch ice cream, locally roasted coffee, handmade biscotti, sourdough breads, and more
  • Buy gluten-free treats, grass-fed meats, artisan cheeses, jams, jellies, and sauces to name a few
  • Support Fair Food & PASA

Upgrade your General Admission Ticket

Purchase a timed ticket to exclusive tastings at the Local Libations Lounge for the complete Philly Farm & Food Fest experience. Available by advance purchase only.

If you missed the chance last year to enjoy sipping some of our brilliant locally produced spirits in the Local Libations Lounge, don’t miss out again.

Enjoy libations from the surrounding area with a guided tasting tour. Meet the brewers, owners & distillers and learn more about a rich and continuing history of spirits in the region.

Local Libations Lounge will require a special ticket that is available through the Philly Farm & Food Fest website.  Limited tickets will be available for pre-sale and tastings will be held between noon and 4pm.  Tickets will give you access to an educational lounge fully equipped with limited samples from some of the finest local producers and products.  Grab your tasting sheet and set up your own guided tasting or have one of the LLL educators or producers help you learn at your own pace.

All proceeds benefit Fair Food and PASA (Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture).