Looking for the best events and festivals to dive into the world of tea or learn more about tea culture? Maybe you're just looking for festivals where you can partake in tea tasting to find your next favorite tea. Whatever your motivation, heading to a tea festival is a great way to learn more about tea and discover new flavors. Here, we've rounded up the best tea festival options, tea events, and trade shows so you can rub elbows with other tea lovers and enhance your appreciation of tea.
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
February 27 - March 1
Burnaby, British Columbia, CANADA
Brooklyn NYC, New York, USA
May 19 - 20
June 8 -11
Denver, Colorado, USA
Seoul, SOUTH KOREA
Busan, SOUTH KOREA
Sacramento, California, USA
Portland, Oregon, USA
Los Angeles, California, USA
Seattle, Washington, USA
September 29 - October 1
October 19 -22
October 31 - November 2
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Typically in October, but dates unconfirmed as of now
San Francisco, California, USA
February 20-22 (Postponed due to Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak)
We invite tea lovers to check out these tea festivals to discover award-winning teas, discover new tea markets, and stumble upon new tea pairings. Whether you're looking for a fancy and fun tea party or prefer trade shows where you can share your tea products, there is a tea festival for you. From the United States and Canada to China and Singapore, you'll find an event with lots of tea, inquisitive newcomers, and experienced exhibitors.
Join a tea extravaganza and meet attendees who will become friends and confidants in your journey of tea exploration. Savor all things coffee and tea with days of seminars, traditional tea ceremonies, and tips on how to use the right teaware for your brewing style.
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