Saturday 8th September 2018 sees the return of “Street Eats ‘n’ Beats”

This boutique festival is now in its fourth year and offers locals the opportunity to eat, drink and dance from 12noon until 9pm.

This year the bar has been set even higher by adding not only more street food trucks and boutique bars than ever before, but also by introducing a separate Tropical Soul area with Caribbean food, a Rum bar and reggae DJ. The main DJ stage will be bigger in size allowing dancers to be up alongside this year’s percussionists; the Bongo players, steel drum player, Violinist, Flutist and Saxophonist!

New additions to this year’s food traders include The JunkYard Smoke Bloke who serves American BBQ food from a quirky junkyard trailer, Fig & Rye who will delight you with their Vegan treats and Wild in Spirit who offer exotic burgers such as Ostrich, zebra & Kangaroo.

Warm heart serve soothing hearty stews, The Crabshack, a concept commonly found on the west coast of America, will have an outstanding selection of Seafood and you’d be ‘quackers’ to miss The Duck Truck!

If you loved the Bubble Waffle last year you’ll be happy to hear that Bubble & Sweet Waffles are back as are many of our pop up boutique bars such as The Cider Barrel, Pimms bar, We R fizz prosecco and our new addition, The Gin Truck which offers 150 rare gins, it was previously used as a chicken shed in France until this 1967 Citroen H Van was converted into an immaculately presented mobile bar. We also have a revival of the ‘Hot House’ in Waterloo street serving flavoured vodka’s and Nachos from their stall.

DJs will play classic dance music anthems throughout the day such as Ibiza lounge tracks, house or Old Skool. Kids can play in the hay bales, bounce on the spacehoppers or bang on the upside down buckets with wooden spoons, if they don’t – I’m sure the adults will!
Tickets are now on sale from priced at £5 for a child, £10 an adult, under 5’s are free and a family ticket is available for £25. A percentage of the ticket sale goes to the Charity InterAct. Join us on the day @ The Field, Moulsham Mill, off Parkway,Chelmsford. Essex. CM2 7PX

Prices will be higher on the day so we advise buying online in advance.

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Street Eats ‘n’ Beats Festival 2018
Trader line up

Junkyard Smoke Bloke Fig & Rye
Pizza Box Warm Heart
Mama Muna Micheboo’s Caribbean
The Duck Truck Taste of Thai/
Wild at Spirit The Crabshack
Double S cakes Bubble & Sweet Waffles
Chin Chin Cocktail bar Bob’s Icecream Truck
Pimms Bar Cider Barrel Bar
We R Fizz Gin Truck
Black Bull Poppy’s Coffee
Dr Brain Freeze Slush Rum & Reggae Bar

Saxophonist, Violinist, Bongo player, Steel drum, Flutist, & street dancers.


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