THE popular Bicheno Food and Wine Festival is back and it’s already sold out.
The beloved community event, organised by a dedicated bunch of volunteers will be held on Saturday, November 20.
The event boasts a considerable line-up of Tasmanian musical talent, a strong focus on East Coast surfing culture, circus workshops and a few little surprises hidden here and there.
But first and foremost, the festival is about indulging the taste buds.
“2021 will see our 14th festival and our first operating in a world still deeply affected by Covid.,’’ a festival spokesperson said.
“The Bicheno Food and Wine Festival ask for your patience and understanding as we navigate the challenges posed by these uncertain times.’’
Masks will be required while moving around the festival site, waiting in line and sitting, with the exception of when consuming food and wine.
There will be some exemptions for people unable to wear a mask for health or safety reasons.
People 11 years and younger are exempt but encouraged to wear masks.