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20 - 23 April 2023 / The Truman Brewery

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About The London Coffee Festival


The London Coffee Festival celebrates London’s bustling and vibrant coffee scene.

The London Coffee Festival returns from 20 - 23 April 2023 and promises to be an unmissable event for discerning coffee lovers and those working in the coffee scene. 

Featuring over 250 artisan coffee and gourmet food stalls, tastings and demonstrations from world-class baristas, interactive workshops, street food, coffee-based cocktails, live music, DJs, art exhibitions and so much more.
Whilst the rules around Covid-19 safety protocols have changed, we still endeavour to create a safe and clean environment for alll those attending.
In line with latest government guidance we respectfully request that visitors (inc. attendees, exhibitors, organisers & crew) takes steps to support this safe environment, including:

  • Wear face coverings in crowded areas
  • Do not attend if feeling/displaying any symptoms of Covid-19
  • Take a negative lateral flow test within 24hrs prior to arrival

Please note: While the requests listed above are not conditions of entry, we strongly encourage and appreciate your cooperation.
In additon we will take the following measures to enhance the safety of the venue by implementing the following measures:

  • Regular sanitising of high volume touch points (door handles, hand rails, lift call points etc)
  • Hand sanitiser stations at each entrance and dotted around the festival floor
  • Cashless event (don’t forget your contactless card!)





The Truman Brewery,
Brick Lane,
London E1 6QR



There will be two industry days held on Thursday and Friday 20 - 21 April 2023 10:00 - 17:00
The event will launch to the public from Friday with the first session running from 16:00 - 20:00.

Saturday and Sunday 22 - 23 April 2023
Three sessions will be held per day over the weekend:


Brunch session
10:00 - 13:00

Lunch session
13:00 - 16:00
Teatime session
16:00 - 19:00


Brunch session
10:00 - 13:00  

Lunch session
12:00 - 15:00
Teatime session
14:00 - 17:00



So, what is The London Coffee Festival all about?
The London Coffee Festival celebrates London’s bustling and vibrant coffee scene.
With over 30,000 coffee lovers and foodies, professional baristas, coffee shop owners and top decision-makers expected to attend, The London Coffee Festival promises to be a unmissable event for all coffee lovers and industry folk alike.

The Festival will feature artisan coffee and gourmet food stalls, tastings, demonstrations from world-class baristas, live entertainment and music in the uniquely themed zones.
What does my ticket include?
On top of entry to The London Coffee Festival you can expect coffee and food samples, tastings, demos and live music! Learn about the various ways to make and brew coffee at home, visit your favourite barista at the True Artisan Café and graze your way through the artisan food and street food markets. 
You won’t go home hungry, thirsty, or uncaffeinated!
When and where?
The London Coffee Festival will be held at The Truman Brewery on Brick Lane from 31st March - 3rd April 2022.

Some of the 'festival zones' are named after top London areas (Soho, Hyde Park and Shoreditch) however all the fun will be taking place under one roof – so don't get lost!

The entrance can be found at 15 Hanbury Street, the Old Truman Brewery, London E1 6QR.
The festival will begin with two Industry Days (Thursday and Friday , new dates to be annouced soon), and kick-off its public celebration from 5pm - 8pm on Friday.
What are the daily sessions?
Industry Days
Thursday and Friday 15-16 April 2021 
There will be two Industry Days held from 10am- 5pm
Public Sessions 
Friday 16 April 2021
The event will launch to the public from 4:00pm with the first session running from 4pm-8pm.  
Saturday and Sunday 17-18 April 2021
Three sessions will be held per day over the weekend:
Brunch session
Lunch session
Teatime session


Brunch session

Lunch session

Teatime session
How do I get there?
The Old Truman Brewery is easily reached by tube, rail, bus or on foot. 

The entrance can be found at 15 Hanbury Street, the Old Truman Brewery, London E1 6QR.

Liverpool Street: 10 mins walk
Central, Metropolitan, Circle, Hammersmith & City and National Rail services

Aldgate (10 mins walk)
Circle, Metropolitan

Aldgate East: 10 mins walk
District, Hammersmith & City

Shoreditch High Street (5 mins walk)

Old Street: 20 mins walk
Northern line and National Rail services

West End
8, 55, 242

East London
8, 26, 48, 55, 57, 242, 388

South London
35, 47, 48, 78, 149

The City
26, 55, 242, 243, 388
Where does the money go?
25% of all ticket sales to The London Coffee Festival will go towards Project Waterfall, the charitable component of UK Coffee Week™.

It aims to raise more than £1million to deliver safe drinking water and sanitation projects for up to 100,000 people, specifically in coffee-producing countries in Africa. The first project is currently providing clean water to communities in the Mbulu District of Tanzania in partnership with the service delivery provider, WaterAid. In the past three years The London Coffee Festival has raised more than £280,000 towards this worthy cause through ticket sales and on-site fundraising.
What is UK Coffee Week™?
UK Coffee Week provides a unique opportunity for branded coffee chains, independent coffee shops and industry suppliers to collaborate and celebrate the success of the industry while giving back to an extremely worthy cause. A nationwide programme of charitable collections, in-store activities and public events will raise funds for Project Waterfall to deliver clean water projects in coffee-producing African countries.

Please click here to learn more.
Is the site wheelchair-accessible?
Yes. Arrangements will be made to ensure that all guests can access every section of the festival space.
All staff and security will be briefed and ready to assist in any way we can. All event spaces are wheelchair accessible with a combination of ramps and lifts within the Old Truman Brewery.
We are asking that anyone who needs assistance with access to enter through the VIP entrance and make themselves known to a member of staff (who will be able to direct them to the elevators and generally be on hand to assist).
Where are the restrooms?
On site toilet facilities are situated in the Hyde Park zone and can be accessed via the Soho zone. These will be serviced regularly throughout the event.
Is this a child friendly event?
Most definitely, although we ask that any child under the age of 16 is accompanied by an adult.
Can I bring a dog?
Unfortunately the venue does not permit dogs (or other animals) other than service dogs.
Can I bring a picnic?
The London Coffee Festival attracts some of the best gourmet food producers in the UK who will be giving out samples on the day and there will be plenty more fine food and drink to buy on site so there really wont be any reason to bring one. It’s not a BYO festival, so you won’t be able to bring food and drink in with you. Sorry.
Will there be food for vegetarians?
Absolutely. You’ll find plenty of tasty food if you’re vegetarian or vegan.
Will there be photography & filming?
Yes. All official photographers and film crew will have identification.
Photography, video, audio recording and children
The safeguarding of children is our first priority when using recorded content. We adhere closely to the NSPCC’s guidelines on the use of images and video online, taking special care to protect a child’s privacy and never identify children by name unless we have specific permission to do so.
Public photography and video filming
We're sure you will understand that we wish to protect the integrity of the festival and exhibitors. If you are going to take pictures or film with a video camera or a mobile phone camera you need to follow some common sense rules. In essence you are free to record your own visit to the festival for your own personal home use. You will not be able to sell any photos or moving images of the festival for commercial or other gain. Please respect the privacy of other festival attendees who may not want to be filmed. Please do not bring any professional equipment with you and please be aware of health and safety issues.
Will there be a cloakroom?
No, sorry there won’t be a cloakroom. Please make sure you look after any item that you bring into the venue, it's your responsibility; the organisers and venue management team can not take responsibility for loss or theft.
Can I smoke?
No. Smoking will not be allowed inside the building.
What about security?
For your safety every festival zone will have a dedicated security guard. If you see any problems or incidents please report them to security staff or the police.
Where’s the fine print?
Here. Just a few little rules and additional information for our festival goers!
First Aid
Qualified first aiders are available throughout the event. In the first instance please contact a member of security.
Fire Procedure
A fire marshalling system is employed. In the event of fire or evacuation please follow the fire marshal’s direction.
Glass & Bottles
Are strictly prohibited at the event and may be confiscated if found.
Information Point
There will be two Information Points located at the event. Please refer to the festival map or ask a member of onsite staff.
Lost or Found Property
Please hand any found property to a member of the onsite event team, at an Information Point or entrance/exit. After the event property will be kept for three months and can be claimed by calling (0)207 841 9062.
Can I exchange or refund my ticket?
Unfortunately we operate a no refund, no exchange policy. These terms and conditions are displayed on our booking page at the time of purchase.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
How do I print my purchased ticket(s)?
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What’s the difference between Industry and consumer days?
The London Coffee Festival will open for two Industry Days on Thursday and Friday (new dates to be annouced soon).
As well as all the exciting features that will be running throughout the festival there will also be an exclusive Industry Day Programme, including a series of workshops, seminars, product tastings and other industry specific experiences.
The Lab area of the festival will also host numerous free, relevant seminars and workshops that will provide attendees with latest market insight, innovative ideas and ready-to-implement training and vocational skills. 
The first three-hour public session will begin at 4pm on Friday.

The celebrations will continue into the weekend with free tastings and demonstrations from world-class baristas, interactive workshops, street food, coffee-based cocktails, live music, DJs, art exhibitions and much more.

50% of all standard tickets sales to The London Coffee Festival will be donated to Project Waterfall, a charity that delivers clean water projects to coffee-producing countries.
Disabled Ticket
One companion can accompany a disabled visitor free of charge, upon presenting one of the following forms of documentation:
  • DLA/DWP/PIP award letter
  • A Blue Badge
  • International Proof of Disability, with "ISA" (International Symbol of Access) or similar printed on it.
All guests must buy a ticket with the exception of 1 companion per guest holding the above documentation.
Please note: the companion must be aged at least 14yrs.

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