Last year at StreetFest we experienced ink battles, ramps, dance offs and food that set our mouths on fire (in a good way). This year we’re expecting… well, exactly that, and more.

StreetFest fuses together and celebrates the diversity of street culture, with a hybrid of art, fashion, music, dance, sport and street food to be showcased at their new venue Tobacco Dock, this bank holiday Sunday 3rd May 2015.

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What to expect

Music – There’s the Adidas Main Stage, as well as the Unsigned London Stage to discover favourites and raw, new talent.

Art – Street artists from all over the world will be involved in workshops and live art.

Dance – Expect music battles, and performances form a variety of different collectives.

Sport – Ramps, skateboards, Voodoo Unicyclng and a Red Bull Stage to champion skilled competitors.

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Together They Come Market

TTC market shows off some of the best of London’s quirks, in fashion, accessories, arts and our favourite, food.

Try Neapolitan style pizza from Fundi’s built from scratch wood-fired oven.

Vinn Goute, which translates as “Come and Taste” in the Seychelles, serve colourful and hot wraps and curries, with their own chilli sauce.

The Joint keep it simple with slow cooked pulled pork and slow cooked shredded chicken.

Popdogs – clue’s in the name: sausages. Don’t expect to leave without a cheeky innuendo or joke.

Love jerk? Head for Mama’s Jerk. Enough said.

And for when you’re feeling for a sweet treat, there’s Kalopsia Coffee, serving high quality coffee, tea and cakes, from a restored 1970 Citroen van.

Clockwise, from top left: The Joint, Fundi, Mama's Jerk, PopDog, Kalopsia Coffee

Clockwise, from top left: The Joint, Fundi, Mama’s Jerk, PopDog, Kalopsia Coffee

 

StreetFest 2015 | Sunday 3rd May 2015

For more information and the full lineup, visit www.streetfest.net
Tickets are £20, or £35 for a family day pass.
Tobacco Docks, 50 Porters Walk, Wapping, E1W 2SF. 1-11pm.

 

 

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