The Farm-to-Fork Festival is adding new culinary experiences to its already packed 2023 roster. Visit Sacramento announced today that the following ticketed events are set to take place inside this year’s admission-free festival on Capitol Mall.
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A celebration of 10 years of the Farm to Fork events featuring tastes from more than 20 favorite local restaurants.
A BBQ and craft beer experience from celebrity Chef Tyler Florence and the California Craft Brewers Association. Musical guest Lindsay Ell will also take the stage inside this event.
Tickets to both events are available now at farmtofork.com. Admission to the festival remains free.
Visit Sacramento President & CEO Mike Testa says the new additions speak to the excitement around Sacramento’s culinary scene.
“From the beginning, the Farm-to-Fork Festival was meant to shine a spotlight on the amazing food of this region,” said Testa. “These new experiences are reflective of how far the city has come over the last decade. We’ve seen Michelin award our local restaurants, new talent continue coming into the city, and continued interest in Sacramento from leaders in the food and entertainment space. We can’t wait to see where things can grow from here.”
The 10th anniversary of the Sacramento Farm-to-Fork Festival will also feature free concerts from Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Cannons, and more, beginning Friday, Sept. 22 on Capitol Mall.
Also performing will be Danielle Ponder, Cautious Clay, Eric Gales, and Zia Victoria, as well as a lineup of local bands and DJs.
Visit Sacramento’s Farm-to-Fork Festival was created in 2013 as a celebration of the region’s food and agriculture, and a chance to introduce people to the chefs, farmers, ranchers, vintners and brewers who are bringing food and drinks to our table every day. Over the last decade, the festival has become one of the West Coast’s most anticipated food and music events. Find out more at farmtofork.com.