Totally Terrific Tomato Festival

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Airfield Estate, Saturday 27th August - Sunday 28th August

The Totally Terrific Tomato Festival will take place on 27th & 28th August at Airfield Estate. has been running since 2012 and was founded by Nicky Kyle – an organic grower and sustainable food advocate. After a 2-year hiatus during covid, we are delighted to be hosting this event at Airfield Estate on August 27th & 28th.

Designed to celebrate all things tomato, which Nicky feels in all the thousands of varieties is a perfect and appealing demonstration of genetic diversity.

This festival shares the importance of preserving old varieties and useful new ones in case their genes are needed for future breeding programmes.

Day tickets will be required for admission or an annual pass

Saturday 27th August - Sunday 28th August
Airfield Estate, Overend Avenue, Dundrum, Dublin 14, Ireland

Google Map of Airfield Estate, Overend Avenue, Dundrum, Dublin 14, Ireland


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