Celebrating all types of curry and beer, this festival is going to be a feast for the senses.
After the success of the 2021 festival, Leeds’ Curry and Beer Festival is returning to the city for 2022 with a whole host of independent traders offering food and drink from around the world.
Located in the leafy back garden of the city: Roundhay Park, Sunday 3 July 2022 will see one of Europe’s largest parks transformed into a foodie hub that champions independents from around the city and beyond.
Whether you’re a fan of the dhansak, saag, korma, jalfrezi, or vindaloo, there’s sure to be something for everyone here with the festival promising a ream of different street food traders turning up to cook on the day. Of course, it goes without saying that Leeds knows what it’s doing when it comes to top beer – so we expect to see some of Yorkshire’s finest pulling up with their freshest craft brews too.
The food offerings will take each visitors senses on a trip around the world. Inside the international food village, the best cuisine from Thai, Greek, Italian Pizza and American will all feature alongside the star attraction of curries aplenty.
At present, over twenty five food traders have already confirmed, but its expected that even more may follow in the wake of the 2021 festivals’ success.
The boozy selection of beer will come from some of the city’s most successful breweries. The likes of the award-winning North Brewing Co. and Kirkstall Brewery will be providing a selection of lagers, ales, stouts and other beverages alongside Piglove Brewing Co. and Kingfisher Indian Beer. Craft and speciality beers will be available to serve the masses in attendance, with keen bartenders on hand to help you find your perfect drink.
To ensure that the festival is a weekend event that serves more than the beer drinkers in your group, there will be a selection of activities to keep children big and small entertained with respective interest.
Fairground rides, glitter stations, face painting, henna tattoos, slides and bouncy castles all feature on the plans for the 2022 Curry and Beer Festival, with a huge stage to feature local and international musicians, singers, bhangra dancers, dhol drummers and steel drummers too.
The festival is currently taking on food trader and craft stall applications and organisers are encouraging local businesses to apply for a spot at Roundhay Park on Sunday 3 July 2022.
Tickets go on sale Friday 14 April from 9am, for more information, including how to reserve your place at this incredible feast, visit their website.
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