An Exciting Prosecco Festival Is Coming To Skipton! – What’s On

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Skipton Prosecco Festival

The UK’s largest ever Prosecco Festival is hitting over 20 cities this summer, bringing together over 40 types of prosecco and iconic Italian street food. Viva Prosecco will be travelling the breadth of the country, visiting everywhere from Aberdeen to Bournemouth.

Visitors will be welcomed to the festival with a free glass of prosecco on arrival, and their very own Viva Prosecco glass to help them enjoy their Italian food and drink journey. The festival also includes a range of speciality prosecco cocktails, or for those looking for something a little different they can head to the Peroni bar, pick up a non-alcoholic beverage or soothe the taste buds with a truly Italian gelato.

Catering for all tastes, vegetarian and vegan options will be available. And we will also be celebrating Italy’s neighbours with a handpicked selection of Spanish Cava and French Brut.

The Viva Prosecco Festival won’t just be offering an unrivalled selection of Italian delicacies but will be creating a party atmosphere with a live band playing everything from the hits of the 70’s through to today’s modern floor fillers.

The Festival will be visiting Skipton on the 13th and 14th July at Skipton Town Hall

Skipton Prosecco Festival Sessions take place on:

Friday 6.30pm – 11pm
Saturday 12.30pm – 5pm
Saturday 6.30pm – 11pm
Standard tickets cost £12 each which includes a free glass of prosecco

Full details of the event and tour dates can be found here

2 COMMENTS

  1. Glad to see my comments have bit not been published!!! False advertising at its best, writing an article about “the biggest Uk festival” when they haven’t done one at all!!! Shame on you for letting this article go ahead!!

    • Hi Jo,

      Apologies for not seeing your previous comment.
      I think the reference to “biggest” is because they are touring the most locations.

      Thanks,

      Dec

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