A FOOD festival is set to return to Wimbledon Park this month.

Outdoor pop-up 'StreetEat' will launch in Merton from May 20 for a total of five weeks.

Free to enter and completely outdoors, StreetEat will welcome local artists and independent street food traders, open air bars, socially distanced seating, and free live music.

This year’s pop-up will see the return of some of the best street food in London, including Seawise, It’s A Wrap, Pabellon, Cripes it’s Crepes, Simply Falafel and Kurbside Kitchen.

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The event first came to life in 2020 and was one of the first socially distanced festivals in London.

StreetEat will again be produced by the team behind Underbelly Festival, one of London’s original pop-up sites and one of the UK’s biggest and best-loved multi-arts festivals.

Directors of Underbelly Ed Bartlam and Charlie Wood said: “We are thrilled to be bringing StreetEat back to Wimbledon Park and to be a part of bringing outdoor festivals back to the community.

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"StreetEat is a great chance for the whole family to enjoy free live music, as well as outdoor food and drink in a safe, socially distant environment.

"It promises to once again, bring the atmosphere London loves from Underbelly’s festivals while supporting local artists and independent food operators by providing a platform for them to start trading and performing again in their local communities.

"Come down, have a great time and show your support for the community."

Opening times are as follows:

Thursday – Sunday (including the Bank Holiday Monday)

Thursday & Friday: 12pm – 10pm

Saturday & Sunday: 11am – 10pm

For more information visit their website here.