After two complete sellouts over previous years, the Birmingham Seasonal Markets team are back to present Cheese Fest 2020.

On Saturday 4th April 2020, Cheese Fest returns to The Bond Company in Digbeth for a one-day pop-up festival that promises to bigger, better and cheesier than ever before. With a mixture of cheese only traders and fancy cheese specials from Birmingham favourites, guests can expect cheesy street food, bars, DJ’s, live music and a full indoor market hall of traders selling everything from arts, crafts, clothing, baked goods and of course… cheese!

Including Patty Freaks, Street Souvlaki, Yardbirds, Street Chef, Bake & Kies Mac & Cheese, Kilder, Urban Cheesecake, The Paneer Wrap Street Food Company, Yardbirds, BA-HA Vegan and many more yet to be announced, the cheesy deliciousness will be accompanied by bars spread throughout the festival, including their bottle bar, beer bar and Cocktail Caravan van that will be serving everything from craft beers, bottle beers and cider to prosecco and cocktails. There will also be non-alcoholic alternatives such as soft drinks dotted around, tea and coffee from the likes of There Goes Coffee, and delicious fruit juices by U-Juice.

Cheese Fest

Plenty of cheese stalls can be found in the market hall, including The Great British Cheese Company and The Cheese Wedge, along with the likes of Pips Hot Sauce, BAKE, Punks & Chancers, Made With Fudge, Beki’s Brownies, Lindas Woody Goodies, InkAnima, LoveKikiDesigns, My Vintage Printz, Turning By Design, Vesta Living, Chiddlers Boutique, 99 Percent Lifestyle and more to be announced.

For a fun-filled family day Cheese Fest is offering a full programme of music with live bands and DJ sets throughout the day, free kids’ entertainment by Kates Story Tree children under 12’s tickets are free. Dogs are allowed too!

Cheese Fest will be open on Saturday 4th April from 12.00pm to 6.00pm

Ticket prices are from £3.50 – £5.00. To purchase your tickets, visit here:

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