Springfest - Loch Lomond Food and Drink Festival
Looking for something fun to do at the weekend?
Why not head to Springfest - Loch Lomond Food and Drink Festival?
Taking place on Saturday 1 - *Sunday 2 April on the banks of Loch Lomond, just a five minute walk from Balloch train station, the festival is packed full of great food and drink suppliers, cookery demos, music and activities for everyone. Make sure you bring your appetite!
As well as sampling all the delicious food and drink, you can pick up some cooking techniques with free masterclasses running throughout the weekend. There are some amazing chefs and producers lined up to cook up wonderful dishes and provide great inspiration for super spring mealtimes.
The cook demo marquee is sponsored by Greenergy, who will be providing some cosy blankets to keep everyone warm while you sit back and enjoy the show.
Heading to Springfest with the kids? There are loads of activities for all the family and some special catering just for children. Adults can sit aside while your little ones get involved with cooking as award-winning entertainment venue, The Experience, deliver fun kids cup cake and biscuit decorating sessions in the children’s tent.
A VIP guest, the Easter Bunny, will be making appearances throughout the festival, and kids can take part in the Spring Letter Hunt. But that's not all as there's lots more free entertainment.
Remember, with our Kids Go Free ticket, up to two children travel free with each adult – making it a great value family day out.
We like a wee dram as much as the next person, but there’s so much more to Scotland than just whisky. Whether you prefer beer or cider, wine or spirits, there’s plenty to wet your whistle at the Bar area. Each year it’s filled to the brim with tipples to delight even the most discerning of tastes, and this year is no exception. Expect some of the best Scottish producers to showcase what Scotland has to offer and help quench your thirst.
Each year Springfest welcomes top Scottish performers and budding new artists to the banks of Loch Lomond. Listen to some of the brightest stars in the music industry as they take to the various hot spots across the festival site.
Fancy heading along? Get more details on the festival at lochlomondspringfest.co.uk
Regular train services run to Balloch, taking around 50 minutes from Glasgow and the station is located just a few minutes walk from Loch Lomond Shores.
*Please note - due to planned engineering improvements on Sunday 2 April, buses replace trains on this route until around 14:00. Please check train times before travelling.