Set across the streets of Yorkshire’s Food Capital, the first of Malton's Food Lovers Festivals for 2022 takes place on the Jubilee Weekend of 3rd, 4th and 5th June - a celebration of Yorkshire's finest produce & cooking.
Expect artisan stalls, delicious street food, talks, tastings, celebrity chefs, demos, festival bar, live music & much, much more!
Malton’s 3 day family foodie extravaganza is a festival like no other. A giant celebration, a huge gourmet street party - “Yorkshire's Foodie Glastonbury” is back!
Malton Food Lovers Festival is free to enter
The fun begins at 9am on Friday and Saturday and 10am on Sunday.
There will be approximately 120 stalls & street food vendors
The Festival Map (handed out on the weekend) shows all festival locations including toilets.
There is an optional free bus from the Festival Car Parks to the festival entrance. To walk takes approx. 10 mins
Disabled parking, toilets & other facilities are available
How to get to us
Just put in Malton's postcode YO17 7LX and get going! The main access to Malton is along the A64 from York or Scarborough and from the A169 from Pickering.
We have two festival car parks with a free Park & Ride service into town from both sites.
• Riverside Meadow Park & Ride. £7.50 per car with a free shuttle bus to the festival for all passengers
• Orchard Fields Park & Ride. £7.50 per car with a free shuttle bus to the festival for all passengers
From the A64 eastbound follow the signs to our 'Riverside Meadow' car park that is adjacent to the York Road industrial park.
From the A64 westbound follow the signs through Old Malton to our 'Orchard Fields' car park. If you use the What3Words navigation app the reference for Riverside Meadow is (https://w3w.co/dined.newspaper.comforted) and the reference for Orchard Fields is https://w3w.co/croutons.coupler.contents.
The Park & Ride coaches will run continuously from 9am to 6.30pm on Saturday/Sunday and 10am to 5.30pm on BH Monday. The frequency will be approximately every 15 minutes (depending on traffic).
Disabled parking will be available at both Park & Ride sites but if the disabled person cannot transfer to the coach then we recommend they use the council pay & display car parks at Wentworth Street and Water Lane.
Other Malton car parks:
• Wentworth Street Car Park. RDC Pay & Display
• Water Lane Car Park. RDC Pay & Display
There's a direct train service to Malton on the Scarborough – York – Leeds – Manchester line.
For travellers from further afield the best connections are made via York. Malton’s railway line is currently serviced by TransPennine Express and Northern.
There are bus services to Malton from York, Scarborough, Leeds, Pickering and Helmsley. The Coastliner timetables can be downloaded here. Both the bus and railway stations are just a few minutes’ walk from the town centre.
The nearest airport is Leeds Bradford International (LBA), which is 60 minutes by car.