Breese Stevens Field, Madison, WI
Yum Yum Fest 2019 is the sixth annual end of summer celebration organized by the Madison Area Chefs Network and Breese Stevens Field. The festival features dishes and drinks from approximately 30 of the most celebrated restaurants in Dane County and beyond.
August 18, 2019 from 3pm-7pm.
Breese Stevens Field
917 East Washington Avenue.
Madison, WI 53703
$10.50 for an admission ticket in advance, $13.25 day of the event.
*VIP Early Access tickets are available for $17.50 in advance, $20.25 day of.
Fees not included. Children under 12 don't have to pay!
Small plates are $5 per plate and beer, wine and cocktails will be available for purchase.
We bring together some of Wisconsin's top chefs and beverage professionals, who make amazing food and drink. You bring cash and exchange it for the aforementioned food and drink. We won't be accepting credit cards, but there will be ATMs on site.
Music will be provided by The Earthlings, Annapurna, DJ Radish; and Underground Aerial will be performing throughout the event! There will also be coloring book pages, hands-on activities by the Discovery Building about the science of food, and yard games.
Yes! 2017's event raised over $10,000 for the Community Action Coalition for South Central Wisconsin and the River Food Pantry.
From lamb chop lollipops to magic coffee ice cream and everything in between the 2019 menu is loaded with deliciousness.
Full menu has not been released, yet.
Yes, yes, yes, for sure. More than half of the booths offered a vegetarian or modifiable-to-vegetarian dishes in 2018. Keep checking in to see when our 2019 items are announced. All vegan and vegetarian items will be denoted.
Yes, check back in closer to August 18 to see exactly which booths will have gluten-free items.
Yes, the following restaurants have gluten-free or modifiable dishes: El Grito Taqueria, Lucille, Harvest, Lark, Enos Farms, L'Etoile, Merchant, Pizza Brutta (Sub GF crust), Adamah Neighborhood Table (Vegetarian option not GF), Sal's Tomato Pies (With no bun)
Unfortunately, City of Madison Parks Department regulations prohibit dogs, except for service animals, at Breese Stevens Field.