Win a pair of tickets to StrEat Food & Family Fun Festival in Harrogate
Win a pair of tickets to StrEat Food & Family Fun Festival in Harrogate.
Families and foodie fans visiting Harrogate this spring can expect to be taken on a gastronomic journey around the world as the StrEat Food & Family Fun Festival returns to the a new location and for the third year running, over the Spring Bank Holiday (May 26-28).
The UK’s largest and most prestigious Street Food Festival celebrates some of the best street food from around the world, combined with fun and funky entertainment for all the family – and there’s more to discover at this year’s festival. Visitors will be served superlative street food from more than 50 handpicked street food traders alongside quirky entertainment from novel street performers, live music and children’s activities. All manner of vehicles from horseboxes and AirStreams to Citreon H Vans and Campervans will serve a scrummy selection of street food from some 50 traders from around the world.
Visitors can expect an array of colourful traders with character who will challenge the senses with a fusion of smells, tastes, sounds and food ﬁrsts – there’s something for every appetite. From good grub to craft beer teepees and cocktail bars and much more – festival goers will experience an exciting energy and enthusiastic menu of food, fun and entertainment throughout this 3-day event. Kick back in a vintage deckchair or put your feet up in the wheelbarrow loungers and let the mobile kettle cart pamper your pins with a warm foot bath. Let the kids go for a ride in a bath tub (yup, really!). A Wandering Band will take visitors on a magic carpet ride for an amazing musical trip crossing many corners of the earth. Acrobats, vintage fun fairs, coconut shies, magicians, comedy fortune tellers and so much more.
To be in with a chance of getting your hands on a pair of tickets to StrEat Food & Family Fun Festival (we’ve got five pairs up to grabs), all you have to do is sign up to the Northern Soul newsletter (details of how to do this are on the right-hand side of the page) and send an email to email@example.com with the title ‘StrEat Food’.
Closing date: May 10, 2018
Winners will be picked at random and notified by: May 11, 2018
Tickets available on www.streatpr.co.uk
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