Festival dining has came a long way from the days of plain burgers and hotdogs. Festival goers expect to embark on a taste adventure, trying foods from all around the globe. We have always had a great culinary lineup at Sunflowerfest, and we want to see what new exciting foods we can offer. Since NI Year of Food and Drink in 2016 we have been placing more emphasis on the food and drink offering at the festival. We now have live food demos and workshops and we want the best traders with the best products and services to come and join us each year.
There are a wide variety of stalls serving food from various cuisines that are sure to prove both tasty and nutritional and we endeavour to cater for a multitude of dietary requirements and preferences. Food stalls will be open for the duration of the weekend, from morning till night, and we endeavour to promote the best in local and international produce.
Yes, there will be a full bar menu at the festival selling reasonably priced drinks.
Festival-goers with a weekend camping ticket are permitted to bring a limited personal allocation of their own alcohol into the festival. Each adult weekend camper may bring with them a maximum limit of;
This BYO alcohol will only be admitted upon initial entry to the festival site when you receive your wristbands. Please make sure you bring your alcohol with you when first entering the site.
Day visitors are not permitted to bring their own alcohol into the festival.
Please note that no glass bottles are permitted. Security personnel at the entrance gate will be checking that the alcohol limits and glass policy are adhered to and reserve the right to confiscate liquids.
All liquids, whether alcoholic or non-alcoholic, can be brought wherever you wish, whenever you wish. Please note, however, that no glass containers are permitted on site and may be confiscated.
Yes, you will be able to purchase hot and cold drinks including a wide range of tea, coffee and juice. There are also free water mains points throughout the site.
If you are staying with us for the weekend then yes, there will be a cordoned off area within the campsites where portable barbeques are permitted.
YOU MAY ONLY BBQ IN THIS DESIGNATED AREA.
No gas canisters or open fires are permitted onsite. There is a designated area within the campsite where portable barbeques are allowed.