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Tickets already on sale for Food On The Edge 2017

Food On The Edge director JP McMahon leads from the stage at the 2016 event in Galway. Photo: @foodontheedge/Twitter
Food On The Edge director JP McMahon leads from the stage at the 2016 event in Galway. Photo: @foodontheedge/Twitter

As the curtain falls on 2016’s Food On The Edge, early bird tickets for the 2017 event are available until December 31st with a 25% saving on booking two days.

The dust has barely settled on this year’s edition of Food On The Edge but like Electric Picnic before it, as the lights go out, the super early bird tickets go on sale.

With regular priced tickets running €400, there’s €100 off if you book in before December 31st with next year’s Food On The Edge set to take place on 9 and 10 October.

Speakers this year included Amanda Cohen, Andrew Wong, Anton Kovalkov, Antonia Klugmann, Atsushi Tanaka, Daniel Burns, Evan O’Ceallaigh, Magnus Ek, Sunil Ghai, Gabrielle Hamilton, Jamime Kennedy with many more, along with attendees, including pretty much a who’s who of the Irish food industry over the past two days.

Kicked off by Eat Galway‘s (Cava, Aniar, EAT) JP McMahon, the reading back of #FOTE2016 tweets show really positive takeaways from those in attendance this past week.

I’ve it marked in the diary for next year for sure.

What’s Food On The Edge All About?

Via foodontheedge.ie

Food on the Edge is a coming-together of top international chefs for a 2-day Food Symposium in Galway city on the Wild Atlantic Way. It takes place over two days every year in October. Food on the Edge is a not-for-profit conference seeking to make good food accessible for everyone.

The aim of the symposium is to challenge our perspective on food and our connection to it. Approximately 50 chefs speak over the two day symposium. All are chosen for their innovation, passion and influence on today’s food culture. Each speaker, with their own unique perspective, talks for 15 minutes on the cultural, social, environmental and educational aspects of food. The emphasis for the talk is on their visson for the future of food and how we can make things better on both a local and a global level

For more, see foodontheedge.ie.

Recap #FOTE2016 on Twitter

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