This years Big Tent Festival will be hosting a Food Village featuring the very best local produce, including (amongst others) a vegetarian cafe from Pillars of Hercules, burgers and sausage-dogs from Fletchers and Puddledub, Ice Cream from GGs, plus cookery demonstrations from Geoffrey Smeddle (of the Peat Inn) and chefs from Jamesfield Farm Cafe.
And to drink? Organic and Biodynamic wine-tasting sessions and a fantastic beer tent from the Black Isle Brewery (okay its not Fife but they are a great organic East coast co.) All organised with top chef and author Christopher Trotter, the Food Village will be a chance to showcase and sample some of the best Fife produce.
After enjoying your nosh and a beer, you can listen to some of the finest folk and world music around (listed as the Top Folk Festival in the UK by the Guardian).
To book your tickets in advance, or to organise your Eco-Camping go here now.
There were also be a chance to hear presentations from Colin Tudge, a report from Cuba on their organic urban agriculture systems and a range of great food speakers in the Talks programme.