The Philly Farm & Food Fest, aka PF3, will return for its fifth edition on April 10 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Set to run 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., this year’s festival will feature demonstrations from restaurants like Zahav, Kensington Quarters, and Talula’s Garden, as well as a “Local Libations Lounge,” and pop-up shops. Homesteading workshops — which deal with home gardening, canning, and composting — will also be available.
In total, the festival will feature products from more than 130 exhibitors.
An all-day cheese festival is also currently scheduled to run in conjunction with the main event. Dubbed the “Curd Convention,” that event will feature cheese tastings, a class from DiBruno Bros’ Emilio Mignucci, and cheesemaker meet-and-greets.
Tickets are currently available online, and run $20 per person, $25 at the door, or $45 for VIP tickets. Children under 12 receive free admission. Ticket-buyers will be entered into a drawing for an evening at Talula’s Table, which organizers value at $500.
More information about PF3 is available here. The festival's map and guide are below: