Why not try something new as you eat your way through the tasty melting pot of cuisines at two-day food festival in Hammersmith
The international two-day food festival kicks off on Friday 17 May from 11am with the huge street food market in Lyric Square running alongside an impressive line-up of live music acts.
The following day (Saturday 18 May), our traffic-free pop-up market in King Street is back, from 10am, with more than 150 stalls full of food, drink and gifts.
There will also be a jam-packed schedule of singers, bands and street entertainment for all the family. Not to mention, the cookery demonstrations and food tasting to whet your appetite.
There are many reasons why our clients at Needspace? Hammersmith have chosen this location to base their businesses. Hammersmith boasts a variety of things to do, see, do and eat. With the food festival being a 2 minute walk from our offices, Lyric Square is a popular hang out spot with our clients and the upcoming food festival is a bonus.
“Come down and enjoy the Hammersmith Feastival,” said Cllr Andrew Jones, H&F Cabinet Member for the Economy and the Arts. “The two-day event is part of our efforts to invest in and improve our town centres. We want to make H&F a great place to work, live and socialise.”
You will be able to have your brunch, lunch and supper all in one place in the outdoor seating area at the extended Lyric Square Food Market on Friday from 11am.
Traffic-free King Street
King Street will be pedestrianised on Saturday for the pop-up market which runs from 10am to 6pm.
There will be everything from crafts, jewellery, home accessories, boutique fashion and art on offer plus cookery demonstrations and food tasting.
While your music taste will be satisfied with the wealth of music talent performing jazz, soul, funk, classical, rock, pop and more across four busking pods down King Street, as well as on stage in Lyric Square.
Children’s workshops, stilt walking chefs, comedy and more are all on tap at the pedestrian-friendly market, which also includes the Queen of Hearts on roller skates as well as Bridie, and her seven-foot-tall tea trolley.