The festival will take place in the picturesque City Park and is expected to attract 1,000s of visitors over the weekend of 9-11 August.
A hot food court will offer up some of the best street food around with quirky vans and units supplying food inspired from all corners of the globe. An array of local producers will line the streets offering cheeses, chutneys, preserves, breads, olives, spirits, liqueurs and plenty more.
There will also be live music on stage throughout the day from local bands and artists with deckchairs on hand so you can sit back and relax and keep your toes tapping to the music all day long. A whole host of speciality bars will include a real ale bar, gin bar, cocktail bar and of course pimms & prosecco!
A programme of free children’s entertainment featuring circus skills workshops will run across the weekend. And for those who feel brave enough – or hungry enough – there is a daily Man v Food competition on the main stage.
Vendors confirmed so far include;
Waygu Looking At
Mela Indian Street Food
Big Mouth Gyoza
The Crepe Escape
The Peeking Duck
The Slush Factory
If that’s not enough to get you excited, don’t forget there’s a bunch of awesome venues within a stones throw of City Park. Explore our venues map here… https://eatdrinkguides.co.uk/explore/
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