Electric Nights Streetfood returns to Tiverton Market this Saturday!

Posted on: 2 May 2017

The multi award-winning Electric Nights Streetfood event returns to Tiverton Market on Saturday 6 May to launch another summer of food, music and fun!

May’s event will feature live music from the talented Joey Taylor and popular local band Lucky 13.  There will be streetfood galore, showcasing the food talent from across the South West, including: Ceylon Curry House, Calaca Loca, Street Food South West, Deli Street Café, Pizza Buona, Goierri Foods, World Food, Passion And Soul, La Cantina, The Teign Canteen, Marion’s Deli, Tiverton Paella Co, Cracking Nuts, Frandie Macaron and Café Brazil.  The North Hall of the Market will be transformed into a large bar with locally brewed drinks from Exe Valley Brewery and Secret Orchard Cider, as well as cocktails from Dolly Mixers and soft drinks.

In addition to the musical entertainment, Tiverton Community Radio will be on site live broadcasting throughout the event and interviewing traders.  PETROC College are doing cookery demonstrations with Community Action Group Devon offering recipe ideas to reduce food waste.  This month’s event is themed ‘Spring Festival’ and Bradninch Millers Morris Dancers will be performing early in the evening.  There will also be inflatable fun from Bounce Around South West as well as a face-painter and the usual kids activities.

Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Cllr Richard Chesterton, said “Electric Nights Streetfood is synonymous with quality local cuisine and good fun for all the family.  It is great to see so many people coming together in Tiverton’s town centre at this event”.

In November, Electric Nights Streetfood won Devon Life’s Food and Drink Awards 2016 ‘Best Food Event of the Year’ as well as winning Best Small Food Market from the National Association of British Market Authorities in January 2016.

Electric Nights Streetfood is at Tiverton Pannier Market on Saturday 6 May, 5:30pm to 9:30pm.

 

 

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