A Taste of Wales Raceday: Food & Drink Festival at Chepstow Racecourse

Chepstow Racing & Events

Available to 1 April 2024

Get your festival tickets for A Taste of Wales, for one of the best family Easter activities in South Wales

If you’re looking for things to do with the family this Easter Monday, look no further! A Taste of Wales – the first ever Welsh food festival at Chepstow Racecourse is the perfect day out for the whole family this Bank Holiday.

Here’s what you can expect on your day out in South Wales:

  • Explore a stalls of Welsh businesses offering an array of artisan food, crafts, local spirits, mouthwatering desserts and more!
  • Experience the thrill of live horse racing while enjoying some delicious food and refreshing drinks. 
  • Watch cooking demonstrations led by culinary masters.
  • Face painting and inflatables.

Get your tickets to A Taste of Wales festival for one of the best things to do this Easter in South Wales. Tickets are delivered to you instantly via email and SMS in just a few clicks. You can even save on your days out in Chepstow as children can visit for free! 

Kids get free Chepstow Racecourse Festival tickets, save with cheap days out in South Wales

Not only can you spend the day immersed in sampling the very best Welsh food and drink to exciting horse races, but you can do it all for an incredible price and with the exceptional offer of kids going free! Under 17's don't need a ticket, just show up on the day and a free one will be issued. 

If you're a family of four, be sure to buy the 'Ice Cream Bundle' where you can save £14 on your family tickets and receive two free ice creams! 

For all the eager foodies out there, here's some of the vendors to keep an eye out for at A Taste of Wales 2024: 

  • Brooke's Wye Valley Dairy Co.
  • Monmouth Gin Company
  • Chock Shop
  • Barry Island Spirits Co.
  • Hello Good Pie Ltd
  • Castle Farm Shop
  • Hope Home Bakes
  • Nuts about Cinnamon
  • Fat Bottom Welsh Cakes
  • Tea By The Sea
  • Aga Farm
  • Baker Bears
  • Taste of Persia 
  • Flour'd up Pizza
  • The Real Thing
  • Hancox's Pies
  • Eleris Welsh Cakes
  • Char's Treats
  • Treat Catering
  • The Good Stuff
  • Divine Donuts
  • Isabel's Bakehouse
  • Bakers Pig
  • Beech Ave Drinks Company
  • Wardy's Waves
  • CAWS Cheese
  • Supreme Melt
  • Fruity Bouquets
  • Cariad Catering
  • Shmoles
  • The Lemoneers
  • Cwm Deri Wines & Liqueurs
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You cannot bring your own food and drink into the venue. There will be a wide range of food and drink outlets available.

Most racegoers choose a smart casual outfit when attending the races. Wearing and sportswear and ripped jeans.

There are more formal dress codes in place for premier ticket options as well as hospitality and restaurant packages. 

With the exception of Guide Dogs of the Blind and other Assistance Dogs, dogs are not permitted to enter the racecourse.

In the interests of animal welfare, no dogs are permitted to be left in cars and it is politely requested that all dogs are left at home.

You are welcome to take photographs for personal and non-commercial uses. It is asked that no flash photography takes place near the horses. 

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