Street food and music festival to come to Kenilworth Castle this August

By James Smith

4th Aug 2022 | Local News

A selection of street food companies will come to Kenilworth Castle on Friday, August 19 (Image by CJ's Events)
A selection of street food companies will come to Kenilworth Castle on Friday, August 19 (Image by CJ's Events)

Food and music fans can enjoy an evening of 'eats and beats' in the stunning setting of Kenilworth Castle this August thanks to a brand new event from a Warwickshire company.

CJ's Events Warwickshire, which runs markets, festivals and events across the county and beyond, is launching its inaugural 'Evening Eats & Beats' event on Friday, 19 August.

The event will see the castle's iconic ruins host an array of street food traders dishing up delicious delights alongside bars serving local ales and cocktails and live music from up-and-coming artists, all set against the backdrop of the famous historic site.

Street food will include grilled cheese toasties from That's Mature and masala fish and chips from 'Indian chippy' Cheeky Maharaja, who both cater for events across the Midlands, along with burgers and sausages from Mister V and sweet treats from The Brownie Boss, both hailing from Leamington Spa. Drinks will include cocktails from Gingers Bar, beer courtesy of Fosse Way Brewery and Prosecco and gin from The Little Fizz Van.

The event will run from 6pm until 10pm and is the first of its kind at Kenilworth Castle (Image by CJ's Events)

Alongside a great selection of food and drinks, entertainment will be provided by musicians Annabell Elizabeth, Cole Stock and Sonia Ruth and Leamington-based Twisted Minds.

The event will run from 6pm until 10pm and is the first of its kind at Kenilworth Castle.

Jamie Walker, director at CJ's Events, said: "The idea of Evening Eats & Beats is to bring the local community together after what has been a difficult few years for us all.

"The beautiful grounds of Kenilworth Castle is the perfect place for people to visit, relax and socialise so we wanted to give them the chance to do just that with great food and music in a really unique setting." 

For more information, follow this link.

And for more local events, head to our What's On section.

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