The Coffee House Project confirmed for 2020Posted on: 09 Dec 2019
A two-day festival all about coffee: The Coffee House Project will return to Bristol next year.
The Coffee House Project is fast-becoming a favourite in Bristol’s busy festival calendar.
A caffeine-fuelled festival, The Project celebrates local, artisan roasters, independent food and drink retailers and home-grown baristas.
And luckily for local coffee fans, the festival is confirmed to return next year, between Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 September 2020.
Next year’s festival will again take place in The Passenger Shed, located next to Bristol Temple Meads.
A weekend of talks, tasting and exhibitions, The Coffee House Project celebrates the best of home-grown talent.
A vibrant snapshot of Bristol’s bustling coffee scene, the event sees complimentary tasters, workshops and talks from industry experts; alongside DJs and street food.
Tickets are set to go on sale next spring, so keep an eye out for updates on the website.
In the meantime, why not discover Bristol's coffee scene for yourself? Here's our guide to the city's ultimate coffee spots.
Since we created our guide, there's been a new addition to Bristol's coffee scene. On Friday 6 December, Sweven Coffee opened on North Street. Visit for speciality coffee and homemade treats.
Images: Facebook / The Coffee House Project
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