Liverpool Food, Drink and Lifestyle Spring Festival returns to Sefton Park for Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
The event attracted more than 38,000 people last year and is set to be bigger and better than ever this year.
Foodies won鈥檛 be disappointed with the wide variety of sweet and savoury stalls and those who love a tipple will be well taken care of too.
The Spring festival features a lifestyle area full of local arts and crafts with a Kids Village that has plenty of activities for kids including a funfair, bush crafts, a farm, yoga and birds of prey.
This year, the festival is in a new site location beside the Marie Curie Fields of Hope in Sefton Park at the end of Elmswood Road.
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The site will be divided into six different areas such as The Woodlands which takes inspiration from rural crafts and pastimes.
Another area includes The Pasture which is a collection of the region's best independent food operators.
Liverpool Food, Drink and Lifestyle Spring Festival will run Saturday and Sunday, April 15 and 16, 10.30am to 7pm.
Advanced adult day passes cost £6 or £7.50 on the day. Adult weekend passes cost £10 or £12 on the day. Children under 14 go free.