Dorset’s much-loved Street Food Festival is making a grand return in Poole this weekend, from Friday, 30th June to Sunday, 2nd July.
The festival, celebrated for its rich array of top-notch street food traders, refreshing drink stalls and live entertainment, promises an exciting weekend for food lovers and families alike.
Set against the stunning backdrop of Baiter Park’s picturesque harbourside, the festival hosts over 20 of the best local and nationwide street food traders. From Indian, Spanish, Greek and Afghan, to Mexican, Uzbek, Japanese and everything in-between, there’s a delectable spread to satisfy every palate. Catering to diverse dietary preferences, many of the traders also offer vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options.
Standard entry to the festival is free, with tickets available online at streetfoodwarehouse.co.uk/dorset. Doors open from 11am until 11pm each day, or until the food sells out!
Adding to the lively atmosphere, live music performances will kick off from 12pm until 8pm each day, with live acts and DJs set to get attendees grooving. To quench your thirst, a variety of drink options will be available, including cocktails, soft drinks, draught beer, cider, pims and IPA.
The festival, organised by Street Food Warehouse, is a perfect day out for everyone, be it small families, large groups of friends, or even your furry friends, as the event is dog-friendly!
Stay updated with the full line-up and final announcements by following @dorsetstreetfoodfestival on Facebook and Instagram. For more information and to secure your free tickets, visit the Dorset Street Food Festival website.
The festival is organised by Street Food Warehouse runs nine other festivals across Wales and The South West. Dorset marks their fifth event this year, following successful outings in Swansea, Newquay, Plymouth and Tenby.
Known for their record-breaking attendance numbers, the company is committed to choosing only the best traders, ensuring local traders are represented as fairly as possible. Their event in Swansea saw over 27,000 tickets sold, a testament to the festival’s popularity.
So, get ready, Dorset! The Street Food Festival promises a weekend of sun, fun, and most importantly, tantalisingly good food!
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