A HERERFORD restaurant has slashed its ticket prices to make sure everyone around the county can attend its festival over bank holiday.

Hereford Indie Food will be hosted at A Rule of Tum's restaurants in Aubrey Street.

The two-day festival began five years ago but took a break for some years.

Next weekend on August 27 and August 28 it will return with eatery's from across Herefordshire and beyond making an appearance and acts such as DJ Trevor Nelson making a special trip.


The daytime ticket prices have been cut to £1 per person to make the festival more accessible to everyone.

"We wanted to make sure this year's festival was accessible to everyone and took the choice to reduce the price from £4 down to just £1 per person in the daytime," said Dorian Kirk, Hereford Indie food director and co-owner of A Rule of Tum.

"We hope this means that everyone in Hereford who wants to come and see a bit of the festival can do so."


There's no need to buy daytime tickets in advance, just turn up from 11am on both days and pay on the door, while children under 12 get in for free.

Evening tickets are £20 which include daytime entry for free.