Food and drink

The festival pop-up food village will be full of flavours and temptations from near and far. We will reveal more details very soon, but we're excited to be working with the following companies:

Riverford Field Kitchen

Devon’s famous organic dining experience is coming to the festival, offering a foraged feast on the Saturday evening, comprising a five-course meal made with organic ingredients sourced from around the festival site.

Some of the ingredients will be provided by the festival’s wild-food foraging expert Stuart Woodman - and served in the atmospheric surrounds of East Soar’s Walkers’ Barn. 

More details to follow (this will be a bookable event).

Salcombe Brewery

Sample some beautiful boutique beers, brewed right around the corner from the South West Outdoor Festival site in Salcombe.

The ales - Shingle Bay, Lifesaver, Seahorse, Devon Amber and Salcombe Gold - are all inspired by and infused with the elements that make this corner of South Devon so special. 

Salcombe Gin

Serving a delicious handcrafted gin distilled with 13 carefully selected botanicals, and produced in the beautiful South Hams area of Devon. 

Little Van Rouge

Enjoy sweet and savoury crêpes, cakes, coffees and more, from a classic 1956 Citroën HY Van and a converted horsebox. 

Totally Wonderfuel

Race food made by a keen endurance athlete and baker with a passion for natural nutrition. 

FIREPOT Outdoor food

Delicious dehydrated meals for outdoor pursuits, made in Dorset using all natural ingredients. 

The Vegan Pyramid

Super tasty, ethically sourced, organic, vegetarian, vegan and special-dietary-need catering from festival specialists based in Somerset.

World Food Café

Fantastic fresh food infused with international flavours by an award-winning chef.