Swansea’s popular Street Food Festival returns after two years


A popular three-day street food festival in Swansea returns after a two-year absence due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Swansea Street Food Festival officially returns to Museum Park from April 15-17, promising to bring a huge range of offerings from independent street fooders.

Taking place from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily, admission will be free, but you must obtain a ticket before attending. It will be a cashless event, meaning you can only pay by card.

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The full list of vendors has yet to be revealed, but so far Birmingham’s The Grub Shed, known for its loaded fries, Flying Cows, winner of Britain’s Best Street Burger in 2019, and Gower Donut Co.

The sponsor of this year’s event will be Freedom Brewery, which will serve its range of beers throughout the weekend.



Gower Donut Co will be present at this year’s street food festival

A statement from the organizers read: “Street Food Warehouse is delighted to relaunch the Swansea Street Food Festival after a two-year hiatus due to the virus which must not be named. The festival returns to Museum Park from April 15-17 for a weekend -end of street food, drinks and (hopefully) sunshine.The event is free, but you must get your ticket in advance.

“The Freedom Brewery will be on hand with refreshing beers to serve throughout the weekend. From Friday 15th April to Sunday 17th April the festival offers a range of delicious street food to tantalise your taste buds. From pizza to burgers, Moroccan to Mexican, vegan to vegetarian, sweet to savory, we have it all.

“The festival will be full of amazing independent street vendors. Birmingham’s Grub Shed with its epic fries, Flying Cows, winner of Britain’s Best Street Burger 2019, and local legends Gower Donut Co are just some of the street vendors who will be present over the weekend. Many more local and national vendors will be announced soon.”

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