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SEAFEAST: The Dorset Seafood Festival - Best Price Tickets

Prepare for a tasty day out in Weymouth at SEAFEAST - The Dorset Seafood Festival

This September, Weymouth is host to SEAFEAST, a seafood lover's paradise! This two-day festival is a celebration of all things fishy and takes place in Dorset's dazzling coastal town over the weekend of the 9th and 10th of September.

The Festival will feature fabulous street food, quality wines and local ales with lots of family entertainment, including a FREE Children’s Cookery Workshop.

In addition to the fantastic food, there's plenty of entertainment on offer for all ages. Visitors can enjoy live music, cooking demonstrations from renowned chefs, and even take part in seafood masterclasses.

What's on at SEAFEAST 2023?

  • A plethora of seafood dishes from a large selection of local stalls with all types of fish, oyster, scallop, lobster and more.  
  • Chef demonstrations, from the likes of Nigel Bloxham, Mike Naidoo and Duncan Lucas. 
  • A mix of talented live music acts. 
  • Fun activities for kids, including the children's cookery workshop to prepare their very own fish supper. 

With its stunning seaside location and mouth-watering cuisine, SEAFEAST is a must-visit event for anyone who loves seafood and enjoys a fun-filled day out by the sea. Tickets are £10 for adults and children under 16 go FREE with any paying adult. 

Get your tickets to SEAFEAST - The Dorset Seafood Festival today!


How to find us

By car:

The postcode for Sat. Nav. is DT3 5HJ.

By train:

You can reach the feastival from London Waterloo, via Southampton, Bournemouth and Poole on South Western Railway or from Bristol on First Great Western.

People also ask: 

Where is SEFEAST located? 

  • At the Weymouth peninsula, behind Weymouth Pavilion (DT4 8ED) where the esplanade meets the harbour.

Where can I park at SEAFEAST?

  • Town centre car parks will fill up quickly. Please use the Weymouth park and ride (DT3 5HJ): 

Is there disabled access at SEAFEAST?

  • The site is relatively flat and should cause minimal issues for those in wheelchairs. 

Can I bring my dog to SEAFEAST?

  • Well-behaved dogs are welcome and must be kept on a short lead at all times.

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