Philly Farm & Food Fest (PF3)

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Philadelphia, PAPhillyBite10 Philly Farm and Food Fest - Philly Farm & Food Fest (PF3) is happy to announce tickets to the Greater Philadelphia area's local food system are currently on sale! Philly Farm & Food Fest is going to be held on Sunday, October 28, 2018, at the Marine Parade Grounds in The Philadelphia Navy Yard. Fair Food and Growing Roots Partners are delivering one of the country’s biggest single-day food fests to a grander stage and linking even more farmers and makers to consumers than ever before.


Philly Farm & Food Fest-goers can look forward to paying less and encounter more! 2018 tickets are on sale for $15 (compared to $20 in 2017) as well as all children under the age of 12 admitted complimentarily. Your admission provides entry to eight acres of exciting, innovative, and yummy attractions and activities! The Philly Farm & Food Fest Marketplace is going to be jam-packed with nearly 200 local growers and producers such as Weckerly’s, Epic Pickles, Inspired Brews, Saint Benjamin Brewing Company, Yellow Springs Farm, Baba’s Brew, and Whiskey Hollow - and the list is still growing! There’s also the informational PF3 Kitchen provided by Whole Foods Market and local libations in the PF3 Beer Garden and Whiskey Hollow.

This year, they also include plenty of new highlights to the PF3 Family Fun zone, most notably the first PF3 Hayride sponsored by Bright Farms and the PF3 Pumpkin Patch and Decoration Station sponsored by Republic Bank. Other kid-friendly activities include the action-packed Chainsaw Carving demo and plenty of furry alpacas from Little Lost Creek Alpaca Farm! Visit www.PhillyFarmFest.org to learn more about participating in this year’s Fest.

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