Plymouth Street Food Festival is back at Central Park (PL2 3DG) from Friday 3rd – Monday 6th May. Over the May Bank Holiday weekend enjoy four days of great food, entertainment and family fun with over 30 top street food traders coming together to serve up a diverse range of delicious dishes.

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This year the festival will be even bigger, better and tastier with the addition of:

More tasty traders

Market stalls

Live music

Evening entertainment.

Keep your eyes peeled for more news on this in the coming weeks!

The unique thing about Plymouth Street Food Festival is that no two traders offer the same cuisine. You could feast on anything from Indian to Vietnamese, Thai to Moroccan, Mexican to Afghan, Caribbean to Uzbek, with food to suit every dietary requirement and plenty to satisfy your sweet tooth!

This year, we’re stepping up our commitment to sustainability. Every adult ticket purchase includes a reusable cup, helping us reduce single-use plastic. Take a piece of the festival home with you and support our eco-friendly mission!

Residents of Plymouth and beyond, get ready to feast upon some of the top street food that the UK has to offer. It will be a great food-fuelled weekend, full of refreshing drinks, entertainment and fun for all the family. It’s going to be a Bank Holiday weekend to remember!







To buy tickets for this event please visit our events page: Plymouth Street Food Festival 2024 tickets from Skiddle .

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Friday 3rd May – Monday 6th May 2024, over the early May Bank Holiday.

Yes! The more well-behaved doggos, the merrier.

Yes, this year tickets are required as we will be operating a closed site and can be purchased online HERE. As part of our commitment to sustainability, every adult ticket purchase includes a reusable cup, which can be redeemed for free entry all weekend after your first visit.

Under 18s tickets are FREE, for under 2’s no tickets are required. 

We also have options for you to pre-book a table (each table booking seats 6 people).

We will have tickets available on the day, however an advance ticket will guarantee entry for your chosen day. Once all the advance ticket holders have been let in, we will then admit non-ticket holders. Please note, if you want a faster, smoother entry we advise you to book your tickets in advance online.

Yes, this will guarantee your entry but only for the time your table is booked for.

Yes, please have your QR code handy on your phone, or your printed ticket ready to show our friendly team to scan at the gate. If you don’t want to download the Skiddle app we can always search for your name on our scanners.

We guarantee your entry on the day you have pre-booked for (bear in mind peak times are between 12 – 3pm and you may have to wait a little longer). After that, come and visit us as many times as you like! Simply join the non-advance ticket lane with your reusable cup. The cup will act as your entry ticket so please keep hold of this! Please note, that if we are at capacity when you return on a different day, you may have to wait to be let in.

We have reserved and unreserved seating areas with tables available for you to sit on. Please note, that 2 of these tables are for priority seating for any individuals that are pregnant, disabled or are less able to stand. If you are sat on this table and someone requires the priority table you will be kindly asked to move. 

You are welcome to bring a chair or picnic blanket to sit on.

If you would like to guarantee a seat, we can reserve a table in advance for £10. Tables seat up to 6 people comfortably. For large groups 6+ we would recommend booking a table to guarantee a space. Please note if you have not booked a table and sit on a reserved table you will be asked to move once the booking arrives.

Yes! This year we’re excited to offer a brand-new lineup of entertainment to spice up your Bank Holiday Weekend. Keep an eye on our social media for the latest updates.

11am – 11pm daily. 

*Please note, traders may close early if they sell out.

Yes! We have a marquee to keep you dry, so you can still enjoy some epic street food.

Yes, our sister company Pop Up Bar Hire will be supplying the booze and soft drinks all weekend long. This year we have a huge 16 metres bar, a cocktail bar plus a soft drink bar.

No, we have plenty of delicious food and drink options available for you to enjoy – you can thank us later. However, baby food is acceptable to bring.

The event site is on a textured surface made from TurfStone concrete with holes for grass. Due to the recent wet weather, the grass has struggled to grow, which may make the ground a little uneven. Please bear this in mind if you are attending with a pushchair or wheelchair. We will have a pathway of track matting laid down.  

You’ll need a ticket to enter however, if you or your child is less able to stand in a queue, you will be able to come to the front of the queue. This is for individuals only, not your whole party. Any children must be accompanied by an adult.

Onsite we have a disabled portaloo. 

We also have two priority seating tables which are reserved for any individuals who are pregnant, disabled or less able to stand. These will be labelled, or please head to the information point and our team can take you to the table. 

There is disabled parking located directly outside the Life Centre as well as the main car park.

We strongly advise that you use public transport to get to the event, walk, or  cycle as parking is limited. Roads will be busy on Saturday 4th and there will be minimal parking spaces due to the Plymouth Argyle FC game taking place.

By Train:

Plymouth Central Station is 0.8 miles from the event site a 19-minute walk.

By Bus:

There are 2 main Park n Ride hubs in Plymouth, Coypool and the George, find out more here: Park and ride | PLYMOUTH.GOV.UK

Plymouth Citybus services 60 and 61 stop close to Home Park on Outland Road and are recommended for those parking in the city centre. 

Please refer to Citybus timetables: https://www.plymouthbus.co.uk/services

Yes, Plymouth Street Food Festival has carefully selected its vendors to cater for vegetarians, vegans, gluten and nut-free, as well as some halal dishes. Here are a few options.*

Vegan Options: 

Barbican Bao – Teriyaki Mushroom and Sweet & Spicy Tempeh Baos, Crispy Gyoza, Edamame, Kimchi and Seasoned Fries

Barebones Pizza – Cheese can be swapped for a vegan alternative on all pizzas

BentoBox – Katsu ‘Chickenless’ Noodles

Chiki Monkey – COMPLETELY Vegan!

Colombo Street – Jackfruit Kuto

Oshpaz – Pumpkin Dumpling

Passion and Smoke – Smoked BBQ Jackfruit, Smoked Aubergine Stack, Fried ‘Chicken’ & Naked Fries

Pimentos’ Bar and Grill – Chickpea Curry, Sweet Potato Curry & Plantain

Street Greek – Falafel Wrap

TnT Tacos – Jack’nitas and Tofish Tacos, Organic Corn Ribs

Two Lads Kitchen – Smokey Spinach and Chickpea Wrap

Chubby Churros – Churros and Chocolate

Crepe Cornwall – Vegan options available 


Barebones Pizza – All pizzas can be made GF on request

Chiki Money – Batata Harra

Lolulis – Malaysian Monkfish Tail, BBQ Potatoes & Gluten Free Bread also available 

Pimentos’ Bar and Grill – Jerk Chicken, Curry Chicken, Stewed Chicken, Curry Mutton, Oxtail, Ackee & Saltfish 

Street Greek – Loaded Mama Chip Box

Two Lads Kitchen – Rice Box & Chip Box 

*For any allergies you MUST speak to the traders directly and make them aware of any allergies before ordering.