Street food festival to return to Trent Bridge even bigger than before

The Notts Street Food Festival is set to return to Trent Bridge for the bank holiday weekend bringing a mix of traders to the famous grounds
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This is the second time that Trent Bridge will host the Notts Street Food Festival this time over the Bank Holiday weekend. The festival brings a host of local independent traders to the home of Nottinghamshire CCC on Sunday, August 27.

Over 3,000 people visited Trent Bridge for the last event with stop offs on the way including at Kelham Hall, the Vat & Fiddle and in Nottingham City Centre. Trent Bridge will also see the return of the Robin Hood Beer and Cider Festival for a third year between Wednesday 11 and Saturday 14 October.

The event has more than doubled in size since the first which was held at the same location in April. This time, it will stretch to the Trent Bridge Inn Courtyard, with additional street food stalls, craft bars and entertainment.

There will now be 15 food traders taking the Trent Bridge grounds including Asian and Middle-Eastern inspired stalls, with fried chicken, Caribbean, South American and Mexican cuisine also represented. As well as the incredible food, the stalls will be accompanied by live music and DJ sets.

Tickets for the Bank Holiday weekend event are already on sale now with two entry times available, each offering tailored experiences. All adult tickets for the event are priced at £5, with under 16s tickets costing £2.50.

Aaron Wilson of Notts Street Food said:“We were blown away by the response when we brought the Street Food Tour to the ground, so we simply couldn’t wait to get another date in the diary and to launch our Street Food festival here. There’s nowhere quite like Trent Bridge in the height of summer, and we know our traders will really enjoy that opportunity to showcase their food and products at such an historic venue once more.”

“We’ve taken feedback from the Street Food Tour we brought to Trent Bridge earlier this year into account too, with a larger festival site and more food traders than before, so I can’t wait to see it all taking shape.”