Top acts and entertainment will combine with speciality food trucks and beverage bars with a theme of ‘fiesta fun’ at Kirkstall Abbey next month.
Attendees can enjoy food influences from around the world, from quality local providers such as Columbian-inspired Kanassa Kitchen and Spud Gun Loaded Fries – who are passionate about packing a punch with their flavours. The food will be accomapnie4d by local craft ales, a rum shack, specialist gins, tequila and prosecco bars.
There is a programme of live music, dance and performances from acts such as July Julay, a globally renowned Bachata and salsa singer hailing from the Dominican Republic, and the energetic and electrifying Leeds Samba.
Global Grooves will bring their playful puppeteers and accompanying performers and the Sneaky Luche Libre will add a fun interactive element.
And during the daytime event, they’re catering specifically for kids with a mini-fiesta zone with entertainment and crafts for little ones.
Leeds Indie Food director Simon Fogal said:
“We wanted to bring something different to Leeds this summer, prompting people to take a real time out, and experience a holiday atmosphere, where you forget the outside pressures, and get lost in the carnival spirit.”
Feast & Fiesta will run at Kirkstall Abbey on Saturday 11 May and will feature two events:
Day: with the inclusion of kids’ area: 11.30am-4.30pm
Tickets: £5 kids, £15 adults, with a 20% for group bookings of 4 people or more.
Full details: on the Sneak Experience website.
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