Tickets on sale for huge Chow Down food festival at Temple Arches in Leeds
Tickets have gone on sale for a huge food festival in the disused railway arches in Leeds city centre.
Chow Down festival will be hosting a 10-week event in the Temple Arches, on Globe Road
The unused land on the South Bank will be transformed into a socially distanced, open air drink and dining venue.
There will be a whole host of independent food vendors and local craft breweries.
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A Chown Down festival weekend is usually held in Halifax's The Piece Hall and is very popular.
The first weekend (July 30 - August 2) features Middle Feast, Kenyan-inspired grill Nyama Choma, Igloo Pizza Company and the Little Red Food Truck, an offshoot of Sela Bar.
The line-up for the rest of the summer includes Seitan's Kebab from Manchester, Little Bao Boy, sushi stand OnaRoll, burger van What's Your Beef, Middle Eastern cuisine from MorMor, Holy Mountain Kitchen, fried chicken van What the Cluck, Indian street food by Vaso Kitchen, Jamaican-themed Soul Shack and The Little Korean.
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