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StrEAT Glasgow, Launch of Street Food Festival 26 and 27 September, 2015

strEAT Glasgow

StrEAT Glasgow

Monthly Street Food Festival

26 September 2015 to 27 September 2015
     
The Briggait, 141 Bridgegate, Glasgow G1 5HZ
     
Briggait - Bridgegate ExteriorStreet food has been taking off in major cities around the world and now it's coming to Glasgow. Sure to prove very popular with all the family with a wonderful variety of street food, drinks, activites, live music and market stalls.

The first event will take place over the weekend of September 26 and 27.

Thereafter you can look forward to a monthly event with different styles of street food on offer – plus craft beers and cocktails  

Free entry

12 Noon – 11 p.m.  

babu kitchen bombay street foodAfter six the focus will be on music with acoustic acts including Glasgow's up and coming talent.

Scottish favourites' Babu Street Kitchen, Firebird Pizza, Fresh Revolution, Mighty Mexican and Smoak will be featured at the opening event on 26 and 27 September.

The culinary extravaganza will take place in the glass market area inside the fabulous Briggait – so no worries about inclement weather.

StrEAT Glasgow on Facebook

www.streatglasgow.co.uk/

StrEAT on Twitter

The Briggait

 

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2 responses to “StrEAT Glasgow, Launch of Street Food Festival 26 and 27 September, 2015”

  1. Nicola Clark says:

    I am a singer and would be interested in performing at your event.

    I wondered who I can contact regarding this to find out if there are any performance slots available.

    My set list is mainly Amy Winehouse tracks.

    I would be grateful if you could give me contact details to discuss further with the appropriate person who is dealing with the music and entertainment.

  2. Pat Byrne says:

    Nicola, Regarding contacting StrEAT – there are various links in the feature including their website and Facebook page. I suggest you send them a message directly. Good luck.
    Pat

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