**UPDATE (21/9/17): Unfortunately this event has been cancelled due to adverse weather conditions.**
Seasonal Markets posted this on their Facebook page:
"We are very sorry to say that Boundary Feast has been cancelled. Unfortunately, we have only just been made aware that the ground we had arranged for car parking is no longer suitable due to the adverse weather conditions of the past few weeks. Due to the lack of alternative parking in the village, the event has become unviable in this rural village. We are so sorry to cancel at such short notice. Please help us spread the word. Apologies again Seasonal Markets."
For the first time, Seasonal Markets are heading to Solihull to host Boundary Feast, and here's why everyone southeast of the city centre should be excited...
Usually located at The Bond Digbeth, Seasonal Markets showcase the best of Birmingham's food and drink scene. Now those located a little further out can join in the fun!
What to expect
On Sunday 24th of September, the Catherine de Barnes Cricket Club will be transformed into a family Street Food Festival that celebrates local food, drink and music.
With 10 of the UK's best street food traders, a full line up of bands, a selection of specialist bars and loads of kids entertainment, Boundary Feast promises to treat your taste buds, delight your ears and provide some fun for all the family.
The event will be held on the beautiful grounds of Catherine de Barnes Cricket Club, bringing that late summer festival feel to Solihull for an afternoon.
Boundary Feast will also showcase live bands and DJs throughout the day to entertain everyone.
It's all about the Street Food...
Boundary Feast promise 10 of the best-known and best-tasting street food vendors in the UK. So far, the street food legends hitting the festival are:
The Bournville Waffle Company, Low 'N' Slow, U-Juice, The Middle Feast, Smoqued, Cake Doctor, The Jabberwocky, Holy Moly Macaroni, Pietanic, Habaneros
Wash it down with a local brew...
The mini beer festival bar will be offering ales, cider and lager from local breweries, and if beer isn’t your cup of tea, you can enjoy a cocktail or two from the cocktail caravan, the perfect place to grab a jug of Pimms or a Prosecco cocktail.
Bring the kids!
Children under 12 can enjoy Boundary Feast for free and there will be lots of entertainment for kids of all ages.
Face painting and inflatables should keep the little ones entertained, and you can expect mini golf and a surf machine to occupy the older ones (and maybe some adults!)
For grown-ups it's just £3 for entry, which includes car parking.
How do we get there?
Boundary Fest will be held at Catherine de Barnes Cricket Club, located behind the Boat Inn, Hampton Lane, Catherine de Barnes, Solihull B91 2TJ.
Got that? We'll see you there on Sunday 24th September from 11-7pm.
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