Beloved Sydney festival returns for 10th year

The popular Pyrmont Festival has unveiled its full program for 2022, marking a decade of celebrating NSW's vibrant food and wine culture.

Sydney’s popular Pyrmont Festival will return for its 10th year and has unveiled its full program, promising the very best food, wine and art offerings in celebration of New South Wales’ vibrant culinary culture.

The community-run event, which fosters a strong connection with the country and the city, is expected to attract more than 20,000 visitors to the two-day headline event in Pyrmont’s Pirrama Park from 28-29 May, with an additional curated ongoing program running until 18 June.

“We’re thrilled to deliver another fully packed program that brings the best of NSW together and allows us to toast the talented artists, winemakers, chefs and everyone in between through our annual festival,”Pyrmont Festival director Alex Gibbs said.

“We look forward to creating a fun filled festival for our beautiful city this winter and give everyone a reason to come together and celebrate. We’d like to thank our partners and supporters The City of Sydney, The Star, Wine Selectors and Marsh Advantage for their ongoing commitment to this important event.”

At the family-friendly weekend event, adults can check out a range of award-winning wines from NSW winemakers, craft beers and spirits, and a range of gourmet delights including food trucks, artisanal produce, a cheese stand, and an Oyster Bar run by the neighbouring Sydney Fish Market. The kids will also be entertained with art classes, live music, and a Kid Zone complete with bouncy castle, face painting and fairy floss.

Meanwhile, the curated program will feature daily wine tastings, wine discovery classes, cooking courses from Sydney Seafood School and a luxe festival after party celebrating a decade of Pyrmont Festival.

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