The Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival returns with a whole month of tasty fun. 2010 saw 114 events spread over the month, and 2011 is going to be even bigger and better with all-new festival events including an Oktoberfest (with a twist!).
Celebrate the best of local and world cuisine at the first outing of the year by the city’s Food and Drink Festival team. Includes Sussex Beer Festival (1 April), Big Sussex Market (2-3 April), Champagne & Local Sparking Wine Festival (3 April), Sussex Gourmet Bus Trip (2 April), Brighton & Hove Restaurant Week (4-8 April), Food & Fashion Festival (9 April) with more events tbc.
Presented by Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival
supported by Hotel du Vin, Radisson Blu, Brighton & Hove Bus Co., Brighton & Hove Business Forum
A city-wide festival celebrating the city’s great shopping including fashion, food, beauty, weddings and interiors. Each weekend will include catwalk and styling events at key locations across the city, with a fashion gala event at G Casino on Thursday 28 April.
Presented by Unique Brighton, Churchill Square, Brighton Marina, Hove Business Association and Brighton Visitor magazine
Following the success of their Mercury Award winning album ‘The Seldom Seen Kid’ and a procession of awards including Best British Band at the BRITS, an NME award and 2 Ivor Novello Awards, Elbow will be performing at the The Brighton Centre on Sunday 27th March 2011 as part of their UK area tour.
Elbow have been working on the follow up to ‘The Seldom Seen Kid’ due out in early 2011.
Californian Garage/punk lo-fi underground hero Ty Segall who will be headlining his first ever Brighton show at Teen Creeps Xmas Party at JAM Brighton on Sunday 12th December 2010
Hailing from sunny San Francisco Ty Segall has been a hero of the underground scene for a while now, having released two of the best lo-fi garage albums of the last few years – as well as a smattering of EPs – with his new album ‘Melted’ attracting the attention of the wider music press. His live shows are quickly becoming legendary for their rawness and power as he thrashes his way through his signature sleazy garage rock’n'roll, made up of classic 60′s riffs, lo-fi buzz and bratty howling…… as this will his final gig of only 5 in the UK …… it’s the one not to be missed!
Support on the night from London’s Fair Ohs and Sauna Youth