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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update:

 

As we continue to follow national guidance around managing the impact of Coronavirus in Leeds, a large number of our venues and facilities (including Leeds Town Hall, Carriageworks, and Pudsey Civic centre) have now closed to the public and will remain so throughout March and April. The safety and wellbeing of staff and the people of Leeds is always our first priority.

 

A number of events due to take place at Millennium Square have now been postponed or cancelled. These include the annual Vaisakhi Parade, Tour de Yorkshire, the AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds and the Leeds Food & Drink Festival. All other scheduled events are currently being reviewed on a weekly basis and we will keep you informed as soon as we can to confirm either way. In the meantime we are developing our online content and we will endeavour to engage with as many people as we can through our social media channels.

 

For any ticket holders, including those who have purchased grandstand tickets for the AJ Bell World Triathlon, a member of our Box Office team will be in touch as soon as possible to let you know of forthcoming arrangements. If you have any immediate queries please contact boxoffice@leeds.gov.uk and allow our team to either respond via email or call you back. Should this not be possible, please do call the team on 0113 376 0318 (Mon-Fri between 10am and 5pm), but please be prepared for a short wait. We would like to reassure every ticket holder that we will get back to you as soon as we can by email, telephone or post. We won’t forget you.  

 

 Thank you for your understanding and continued support at this unprecedented time.

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Leeds Food & Drink Festival 2019

Leeds Food & Drink Festival 2019

The annual  three-day festival organised in partnership between Leeds City Council and The Yorkshire Evening Post returns for its ninth year with a selection of some of the best local street food and delicacies that are sure to tickle your taste buds. Headline sponsor Aldi will also be there to showcase some of its fantastic products. 

With support from media partners Heart Yorkshire.

The Leeds Food & Drink festival is free to enter and is open 11-8pm Friday 28th & Saturday 29th June and 11am-4pm on Sunday 30th June.

Meet some of the stall holders: http://bit.ly/LeedsFoodnDrinkStalls

Exhibitors 2019

Premier Bars
Beetlejuice
Barnardos
Aldi
Brown & Blond Ltd.
Greek Soulvaki
Armenian Kitchen
Sweet Palace
Spuds & Bros
Srinon Kitchen
Jones Pies
The Wrap Chap
The Mobile Jazz Cafe
The Ox Box
Namaste Kitchen
The York Roast Company
Little Bubble Box
Mad Greek
Labanese Food Truck
AC Attractions
Stuarts of Driffield
Treasure Taste
Riverford Organice
Pavs Dhaba
Beetlejuice
Ooty Thai Food
Absolute Melt
O’Donnell Moonshine
New York Deli
Leeds United


We’re pleased to announce that there will be live music playing throughout Saturday and Sunday.

Check out the line up below.

SATURDAY (JUNE 29th)

11.20 AM Al Bampton
11.50 AM Alyssa Megyury
12.30 PM Joseph Dee
1.10 PM Alistair McKenzie
1.50 PM Ayshea Meghury
2.30 PM Heather McDermott
3.10 PM Sophia Felton Glenn
3.40 PM David and Lindsey King
4.20 PM Harry Zalega

SUNDAY (JUNE 30th)

11.20 AM Al Bampton
11.45 AM Paige Coulton
12.20 PM James McDonald
12.55 PM Ana Gonzalez
1.30 PM Becky Holmes
2.05 PM Tasha Lawes
2.45 PM Gabrielle Stapleton
3.15 PM Oliver Stapleton

PRICES:

Free to enter.