Underbelly Festivals’ StreetEat to open in Victoria Park
4th Aug 2020
Socially distanced, outdoor socialising this summer!
StreetEat is a new event concept and brand from live entertainment company Underbelly
Underbelly today announces StreetEat Victoria Park in Tower Hamlets, the latest in a new series of food and drink pop-ups opening across London this summer 7 – 31 August.
The East London hotspot will be the third in the series of social-distanced food and drink pop-ups following StreetEat on the South Bank next to Gabriel’s Wharf and StreetEat Wimbledon Park, which has enjoyed a scorching opening weekend.
Free to enter and completely outdoors, each StreetEat site will bring together the finest independent street food traders, open air bars, socially distanced seating pods and free live performances on our StreetEat stage from musicians, DJs, cabaret performers and singers. An emphasis will be placed on booking and supporting food traders, performers and artists that are local to the site or borough where they perform.
All sites will adhere to strict social distancing and enhanced hygiene measures in line with UK Government guidance whilst also providing a fun, relaxed and low impact outdoor socialising environment.
The events will be produced by the team behind Underbelly Festival Southbank, one of London’s original pop-up sites and one of the UK’s biggest and best-loved multi-arts festivals, renowned for its informal and fun atmosphere, groundbreaking live entertainment and buzzing outdoor bar spaces. Underbelly are one of the leading producers of outdoor pop-up events and festivals in London, having created events, theatres and festivals on sites including Leicester Square, Marble Arch, Trafalgar Square and of course South Bank.
Street Food on offer at StreetEat in Victoria Park includes Cyprus Kitchen, Hola Guacamole, Ces’t Cheese, The Coffee Bug, Seawise, Rainbo, Uncle G’s Gourmet Fried Chicken and Feed the Village. A variety of performers will be taking to the stage at Victoria Park, including Accordionist-Singer-Songwriter-Composer Garance Louis & the Mademoiselle Loulou Orchestra, Scottish singer-songwriter Adam Beattie, the Minuscule Orchestra.
Street Food on offer at StreetEat in Wimbledon Park includes Pabellon Venezuelan Food, It’s a Wrap,
Cripes it’s Crepes, Fiore Truck, DeliVita Richmond, Vegan Junkies, Just in Bean and Cristina’s Far From Home.
Street Food on offer at StreetEat on the South Bank includes Hola Guacamole, Lukumade Doughnut Tales, Katsutopia, Kurbside Kitchen, The London Grilled Fish Company, Simply Falafel, Smoketeers and Coco Labelle.
StreetEat will provide an opportunity for outdoor socialising in a well-managed, well-designed site, operated in line with the ongoing easing of lockdown restrictions, allowing local communities to come together, and people to socialise with friends and family in a safe environment.
Posted by Annie Wheeler