So today we’re talking about the end of festival season, and yes I know you’re all feeling super sad that the sun is going in, and we’re starting to crack out the autumn jumpers… but hold up as there’s one more festival everyone is talking about next week that is OnRoundhay Festival in Leeds.
I’m exciting to be heading to OnRoundHay’s one day festival in Leeds in a couple of weeks, not only for the fantastic lineup that includes James, Primal Scream and one of my all time favourites Wolf Alice. But OnRoundhay isn’t just known for it’s exclusive sets but also its delicious food.
OnRoundhay and Leeds Indie Food have partnered up with John Lewis to show you how to end festival season with a bang. They’re offering so much for one day like huge street food line ups, celebrity chefs, cookery school and family entertainment whilst you watch all the amazing acts.
Their program is unbelievable brimming with activities all in the stunning surroundings of RoundHay Park.
This festival is very ideal for families as kids can be entertained with a series of special guests, games like egg and spoon races (still my favourite kind of race as an adult!) and also live storytelling.
Food wise there’s something for everyone, whether you fancy South American flavours of Yakumama, world-class neapolitan style pizza from Pizza Fella, or simply super tasty grilled cheese sandwiches from Sela Bar Grilled Cheese. My mouth is watering already.
Leeds always brings together an independent vibe of unique tasting stands to celebrate the citys best food and drink. Since launching in 2014 Leeds Indie Food have taken their yummy food across music festivals like Leeds Festival, Live at Leeds, Latitude and Secret Garden Party – the best of the lot!
Me and my blogger gals are so stoked to be joining in with one of the last events of the summer, to tuck into some gorgeous tasty food and party with ace bands. It’s going to be an incredible celebration for all ages to join in. So join to party and keep in the loop with their adventures as summer draws to a close – but all before we start wearing jumpers and talking none stop about pumpkin spiced everything.