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Thirtyfest is Back and Greener than Before

The hugely popularTHIRSTYFESTopen air food festival returns to Mackays Customer Car Park (behind the East Road shop) for two nights of Irish'Patricks Day'

Fun Filled, Food and'Falling down juiceall topped off with Fabulous Fireworks. If that isn’t enough alliteration for one sentence we may even throw in a bit of'Fiddle'music for good measure!

The Festival will be open from 6pm – 11pm both nights.

Top quality street food vans from around the globe will be renaming some of their favourite foods in honour of the Patron Saint of the Emerald Isle.

Entry isFREEbut come early to be sure of a seat. We have heaters to keep everyone toasty warm and in the unlikely event of it being damp us we have that'Covered'as well.

OnFriday 17thwe have the following lined up:

  • Holy Schnitzels (Austrian schnitzels)
  • Steak and Honour (posh burgers)
  • Al Chile (brilliant Mexican)
  • Churros Bar (churros)
  • Wheelys Coffee

OnSaturday 18thwe have the following lined up:

  • Guerrilla Kitchen (bao buns)
  • Buffalo Joes (chicken wings & burgers)
  • Azahar Food (Spanish)
  • Choux Stopper (amazing choux pastries)
  • Wheelys Coffee

Craft beers brewed in Northern Ireland will feature both nights together with a totally scrummy wheat Stout specially brewed for our event brewed by Heavy Industry of N Wales and von Freude of Germany. Tom McNeill of Heavy Industry will be here to chat all things beeriness at the bar. Don’t miss out!

For constant updates about the events, please consultTwitterandFacebook.

Monday 6th March 2017

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