Street Food Affair is back for Summer

The popular 'Street Food Affair' event is back for another Summers evening on 26th July from 4pm at the Bonded Warehouse, this time showcasing Black Country street food traders as part of the Black Country Festival.

The event will also see the launch of a new art competition by sponsors, Claremont Property Group. 

Street food favourites 'Grill Brazil' and 'Salty Dog' will be making an appearance alongside Stourbridge based 'Sticky Fig' and 'Feast Streat'. In all there will be 12 food traders offering a diverse range of food from Indian street food to Greek Souvlaki plus options for vegans. Cocktail, gin, cider and prosecco bars will be serving alongside the Green Duck Beer Company.

The event includes a Twilight Market with stalls provided by local makers and creatives plus live music performances curated by professional musician, Esther Turner. Sarah New, Founder of Street Food Affair, said:

“I’ve been running Street Food Affair at The Bonded Warehouse for three years now and the response has been phenomenal. My ethos is to support local talent and bring the community together and I have been thrilled with the response from local people.  

"I’m delighted to announce that my next event is being sponsored by Midlands-based property developer and investor, Claremont Property Group and will provide an exciting new opportunity for local artists.”

The company, which is behind the residential conversion of the Grade II listed Carnegie library in Stourbridge town centre, is launching an emerging painter prize for local artists. The winning entry will receive £250 and the honour of seeing their work exhibited in the building. Manjit Deol, co-founder of Claremont Property, added:

“We’re delighted to sponsor Street Food Affair, which shares our values in bringing communities together and supporting local talent.

“The conversion of the Old Library in Stourbridge has been a labour of love for us and we were interested to discover that this historic building had previously been home to artists in the town.”

Entrance to the evening is £1 and children under 16 are free. Further announcements will be made on Street Food Affair’s Facebook page.


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