About the Freedom FEASTival
Freedom Festival Arts Trust in partnership with Hull Harvest Feastival and Keepmoat Homes, are working together to deliver a gastronomic event like no other, a theatrical community feast for many to enjoy on Sunday 3rd September in Queens Gardens as part of this years’ 10th anniversary Freedom Festival.
The Feast will take place in the Festival Gardens situated in Queens Gardens as part of a wider programme of outdoor arts circus, interactive installations and workshops where we will see thousands of people come together in a celebration of people, cultures and community… a carnival of colour and fun.
Now in its third year, Hull Harvest Feastival celebrates the abundance of the harvest grown by the people of Hull and surrounding areas. By bringing people together to share food, it aims to inspire more people to grow food and cook it from scratch as well as make friends and catalyse new projects.
The Feastival is a DIY community event that everyone can play a part in creating. Whether that’s growing some food, promoting the ‘sow-a-row’ and veg pledge campaign on your allotment site or helping out on the day. It takes hundreds of people to make the Freedom FEASTival happen, but for the biggest, locally grown feast in the city, we think it’s worth it!