intu Merry Hill is bringing back its popular street food festival featuring delicious food, a craft market and live music.
Following the huge success of previous markets this year, which saw thousands of guests attend, an array of award-winning street food vendors will be returning to the Waterfront, serving up some of the best food offerings the Midlands has to offer.
The festival, which has been organised in partnership with Street Food Affair, kicks off at 4pm and includes ultimate burger masters the Patty Freaks, as well as Bare Bones Pizza, who’ll be keeping things toasty with their wood fired pizzas.
Visitors will also have the chance to tuck into gourmet hotdogs, Texan BBQ meats, middle eastern inspired kebabs and other soul satisfying delicacies.
For those with a sweet tooth, Killer Churros will be dishing out scrumptious churros with a gingerbread topping for a festive twist and the popular Edibubbles will be back at the market serving their mouth-watering bubble waffles.
Visitors are also invited to support those less fortunate than themselves by bringing a food item of their choice to the festival, which will be collected on the night and given to a local food bank.
Alongside the delicious locally-produced eats, the event will once again play host to a Twilight market, where shoppers can pick up bespoke handmade crafts, cakes, soaps and jewellery.
Local musicians, including Esther Turner and Jonny Allen, will help set the festival scene with live music and a local festive choir will get attendees in the festive spirit with Christmas songs.