Food & Drink Monday, July 25th Words by: Lauren Rogers, pictures by: Adam Knight

Hereford Indie Food: tickets to new food festival now on sale

Food & Drink Monday, July 25th

Hereford Indie Food: tickets to new food festival now on sale

After months of moaning about Hereford's lack of food festival, I can wind my neck in because those clever boys at A Rule of Tum are coming up trumps.

A weekend celebration of Herefordshire street food, booze and produce, the inaugural Hereford Indie Food is bringing to the city chef's suppers, pop ups, and Sunday brunch for 150 people.

Limited early bird tickets go on sale today: £10 Saturday / £6 Sunday.

Evening supper clubs (tickets sold seperately) range from £35 to £50, and Sunday brunch tickets are £15.

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If you’ve ever eaten under the bare bulbs of the Burger Shop or the Bookshop, it’ll be no great surprise that AROT's vision is to cut small town charm with a little East London edge.

That means DJ sets from Alt J and Generic Greeting art collective, a Makers Market, and Keg vs Cork bar curated by relative newcomers Noble and Wild and Hereford Beer House.

Taking place across Aubrey Street and Berrington Street on August 27 and 28, the festival will spill out into the courtyard-car park space between The Burger Shop and The Bookshop.

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