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Slow Food Nations Festival in Denver

Denver, Colorado is the site of the large Slow Food Nations festival  taking place July 19-21, 2019. The theme for this year’s festival is Tradition Meets Innovation. The festival opens on July 19 with the Leader Summit and opening party. On July 20 and 21, Larimer Square in Denver is the location for the festival and the celebration continues with a Taste Marketplace, cooking demos, workshops, family pavilion and interactive food fun.

The Slow Food Nations Festival, which began in 2017, will include talks, workshops, tastings and special events.  Chefs and farmers will be among the many speakers.

According to the info on the Slow Food Nations website, “Slow Food is a global, grassroots organization, founded in 1989 to prevent the disappearance of local food cultures and traditions, counteract the rise of fast life and combat people’s dwindling interest in the food they eat, where it comes from and how our food choices affect the world around us.”

While many events are free, some events require tickets which start at $40. The events list is too long to list but a sample of the free events includes:

  • Chef Cooking Club: Nightshades Edition
  • Black Cat Farm Dinner and Farm Tour
  • Indigenous Foodways and Lifeways
  • Authors signing: several authors will be signing
  • Slow Bees
  • Breakfast Bowls
  • Late Night by Land and Sea

A partial list of ticketed events include:

  • Slow Food Craft Beer Experience
  • Pickled Pintxos and Paella on the Patio
  • Colorado Fare Block Party
  • Meet Your Maker: Bee Squared Apiaries Honey
  • Fonio, The Ancient Miracle Grain
  • This is Cider
  • Craft Beer for Change
  • The Sweet Source of Craft Chocolate
  • Fermentation is Everywhere!

For more information about the Slow Food Nations Festival fun, visit the events page.


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