An outdoor Leeds food and drink haven has announced a packed programme of autumn events.
Chow Down, based at Temple Arches, just away from Leeds city centre, has proved very popular since launching last year. In terms of music, DJs and bands are set to play throughout September with tunes coming from the likes of Erol Alkan, Alan Dixon, James Holroyd, PBR Streetgang, Tristan da Cunha, New York Brass Band, Loud Noises, Mookie and The Bab and more.
Foodies can feast on dishes from Shoot The Bull, Farsley Fire and Smoke, Crunched, Hun Street Kitchen, Tikka Chance On Me, Goodtimes Tacos, The Middle Feast, Takin’ Care of Burgers, Get Wurst, Spuds n Bros, Luigi Street Food and What The Cluck. Scoop will be taking care of desserts with a new range of incredible sundaes.
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Matt Long, director of New Citizens and Co-Founder of Chow Down, said: “We are planning to end summer with a bang. It’s been incredible to see Chow Down grow over the last year.
“We are trying new things too, and really can’t wait to launch the Camp Presents Queer Drag Extravaganza on Sunday, plus the return of Erol and favourites PBR Streetgang.
“As the sun sets on summer, we are working towards an even more action packed winter programme, which will be revealed very soon.”
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In October, we’ll also see the venue host The Chow Down Halloween Weekender. Highlights include TSHA and Norfn Gal bringing to life a night of music, Camp will be returning for a special drag brunch and they’ll also be a day of family fun with pop up and play Halloween workshops.
You can find out more by visiting the Chow Down website.
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