Slow Fish is from June 1-4 at Porto Antico and Piazza Caricamento, Genoa

Opening hours

  • From Thursday, June 1, to Saturday, June 3, the event is open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
  • On Sunday, June 4, the event is open from 11 a.m. to 8.30 p.m.

At Porto Antico and Piazza Caricamento you’ll find:

  • The Slow Fish Arena. Interconnections, the climate crisis, pollution: this is the place to explore the themes of the 2023 edition of Slow Fish, together with fishers, coastal food producers, academics and journalists
  • The Slow Fish Market and Regional stands, where you can buy sustainable seafood products and explore the changing world of fisheries from coast to coast
  • Food trucks, street kitchens and craft breweries, snacks and drinks to keep you going
  • The Slow Food stand: come and say hello and join the movement! You can buy books from Slow Food Editore, discover more about the activities of Slow Food in Liguria, in Italy and around the world
  • The Enoteca: an unmissable occasion to some of the 300 wine labels selected by the Wine Bank of Pollenzo and Slow Wine
  • Our partner stands, with all their own events and tastings
  • The Taste Workshops and Dinner Dates, as well educational activities for schools and families.

Slow Fish is free to visit! No entrance ticket is required.

Ticketed activities

Within the Slow Fish event program there are some ticketed activities. These are the Taste Workshops and Dinner Dates, which have a limited number of seats available, and must be booked in advance online. The calendar will be published on April 19, and bookings will be possible until May 31, 2023. Any remaining seats will be sold at the Event Reception (at the Slow Food Stand) during the days of the event.

If you’re a Slow Food member you’ll have a discount on tickets for these activities.

If you have any questions or comments please contact

Slow Fish 2023 is organized by Slow Food and the Liguria Region, with the support of the City of Genoa. We’re in the Porto Antico of Genoa from June 1-4. Sign up to the Slow Food newsletter for the latest updates. #SlowFish2023

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