Article Source: Loch Lomond Food and Drink Festival
First Published: 30 August 2021 13:12
Updated: 30 August 2021 13:13
Clyde 1’s Cassi and River Radio DJ Stevie Pearson will be hosting this year’s entertainment from the Festival Stage and they’ve been busy making sure the line-up is the best yet with live music all weekend long. First up on Saturday is the popular Clan an Drumma at 10am with a mix of regular and new acts following including Alfie and Jack from The Voice Kids and Nu Crew kids dance group who appeared in last year’s Britain’s Got Talent.
There are also whisky and gin tasting sessions with Loch Lomond Whiskies still available for the weekend for only £10 per person. These sessions will be hosted by Loch Lomond Whiskies experts in our tasting marquee where you can savour some truly amazing whiskies and gins. Tickets available via Eventbrite at www.eventbrite.co.uk
For those feeling lucky, they can also enter a great competition being held by one of our key sponsors, Muthu Hotels, to WIN a free night away in any of their hotels, plus discounts on any booking made over the weekend – just visit their stand for your chance to win.
Obviously, as a food festival, there’s a fabulous selection of world street food including our regular favourites, Edenmill Farm Bbq, Loaded Hotdogs and Churros Barcelona. We are also delighted to have The Peruvian, British Street Food Award Winner 2018 & 2020, Los Buenos Amigos for Authentic tapas, paellas and products direct from Spain, Schokolat Scotland Ltd - The Home of the World's only WORKING Chocolate Teapot plus many more besides!
As far as drinks go, we have something for everyone - a wide range of Whiskies, Gins, Botanical Spirits from Loch Lomond Malts, Ben Lomond Gins, Nc’Nean Distillery, SOS Gin, Ellis Gin, Arrochar Alps Gin, Stirling Distillery, Cocktails from the Wee Gin Joint, Wines and Prosecco from Molvino Wines, & real ales from our local Lennox Brewery.
Chef Luca of La Lanterna West End is also back on Sunday hosting mouth-watering cooking demonstrations that will make you cook like a true Italian chef!
We’ve also teamed up with Cash For Kids to raise cash for this amazing children’s charity that helps children and young people impacted by poverty, neglect, abuse, life limiting illness and those with additional needs.
For full details of what’s on and when, visit our website at lochlomondfoodanddrinkfestival.co.uk
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