Jimmy’s Spring Fayre: Hosting an Easter egg hunt, carousel rides, chick holding and lambing as well as 100+ craft and food stalls.
The East of England Food Home and Craft Fair: Held at Newmarket racecourse, this is a celebration of all that is good to eat and drink and a lot more besides
The East Anglian Game and Country Fair: Country fair and food festival near Thetford
Framlingham Country show: Attractions include a food and drinks area and a festival of cars.
The South Suffolk Show: A traditional agricultural show celebrating country life with a food and vintage fair.
The Suffolk Walking Festival May: Offering walkers the chance to join 120 guided walks across the county.
The Hadleigh Show Ringside entertainment includes the sheep show, vintage tractors, young Farmers tug-o-war and the dog and duck show!
Spring Plant and Artesian Market : Held at Helmingham Hall Gardens, the Plant Fair and Artisan Market has something for everyone with entertainment and children’s activities.
The Suffolk Show : A unique celebrations of everything that makes the county great. Showcasing the best of Suffolk food farming and agricultural heritage
Red Rooster:A weekend of great music, great food and great times. Bringing the finest rhythm and blues to Suffolk
PHOTOEAAST: Artists work will be exhibited in gallery spaces, shipping containers, cafes and outdoor billboards along Ipswich waterfront.
Aldeburgh Festival: Founded by Suffolk born composer Benjamin Britton, this 17 day festival is going from strength to strength, presenting classical music in increasingly innovative ways.
The Moet and Chandon Festival Newmarket: One of Newmarket’s most prestigious and thrilling sporting events. Watch the world’s greatest jockeys and racehorses thunder round the July course.
Taste of Sudbury Food and Drinks Festival: As well as an array of food stalls, taste of Sudbury also offers a selection of events and demonstrations
Maverick Festival: Easton Farm Park brings the American music scene to Suffolk. It’s hailed as one of the friendliest, sincere festivals in England
Latitude Festival: Features an eclectic mix of literature, comedy, theatre and some of the world’s greatest musicians, all at a beautiful lakeside setting.
Snape Proms: 30 summer night’s 30 concerts in the world class Snape Maltings. The Snape Proms feature musicians from all over the world playing a spectacular mix of genres and styles. With a little bit of poetry and comedy thrown in.
Folk east: A unique combination of folk music, food and crafts. A festival with a very English village fete vibe.
Walberswick Beer and Oyster Festival: Enjoy over 20 real ales, live music and a barbeque at the Anchor pub, Walberswick. While there have a go at crabbing !. The pub boasts three large terraces, dogs are welcome and it’s also free entry.
Bury St Edmunds Food and Drinks Festival: The chance to taste and purchase food and drink from over 100 stalls as well as live demonstrations, a man made beach, fairground rides and a mini farm.
Art on the Prom: Felixstowe annual art on the Prom festival takes place on the town’s seafront, where over 100 artists display and sell their original art work
Aldeburgh Food and Drinks Festival: A celebration of Suffolk’s thriving food and drinks scene. Not only is there an amazing array of produce but there are two cookery stages, children’s entertainment and hands on cooking workshops.
The Woodbridge Shuck: The annual fish and shellfish festival at Whisstocks Quayside, with freshly cooked seafood, a variety of stalls, music and children’s entertainment.
The Great Framlingham Sausage Festival: Sausage makers take over the town. Not only do you get to taste lots of sausages, there is a host of stalls to browse, family entertainment and workshops. Don’t forget to visit the Castle on the Hill while you’re there.