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Littledown’s food and music festival returns for third year

Littledown’s popular food and music festival returns later this month and the lineup promises to be tastier than ever.

The event is set to take place in Littledown Park on Sunday 23 June 2019 between 11am-5pm.

Back for its third year the programme is packed with home-grown culinary delights, a wide choice of stalls selling food from around the world, live music, activities and arts & crafts stalls.

Attractions this year include an international street food corner offering tasty treats from Vietnam, Turkey, India, Mexico, China and North America. There will also be a hog roast, wood fired pizza, wild game burgers and stalls selling local cheeses, homemade artisan breads, sauces and preserves. There’s plenty for those with a sweet tooth too including homemade cakes, crepes, waffles, shakes and handmade fudge.

Locally brewed ciders and ales will quench the thirst, or, for those who’d prefer a more spirited experience, a gin bar will be selling gins from the region.

There’s live music throughout the day, kicking off with three-piece ukulele band The Mother Ukers. Party band Clockwork Jukebox follow with an eclectic mix of classic and contemporary hits. And Brass Monkeys will close the event with a lively set of rock and soul.

There’ll be plenty to entertain the kids too with Get up and Bounce inflatables, face painting and body art. Jules the Entertainer will be stilt walking, balloon modelling, showcasing circus skills and performing magic shows. ALTITUDE High Ropes Adventure, the children’s playpark, paddling pool and Littledown Centre will also all be open as usual.

“We are looking forward to hosting our third food and music festival here at Littledown, says Colette Kiernander, BH Live’s Divisional General Manager.

“We hope everyone enjoys the variety of food, music and stalls on offer this year and a fantastic day is had by all.”

Admission to the festival is free although some activity charges will apply.

Walking, cycling and getting public transport to the festival is encouraged. Car parking is available on a first come first served basis.

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