Dreamshakers traditional ice cream van, serving ice-creams, ice lollies and more! One of the much-loved regulars at the festival. Website
George’s Caribbean Kitchen will be bringing to you delicious authentic Caribbean food freshly cooked on the day. With the sun shining, you’ll feel like you're in the Caribbean! Website
Kettlecorn NYC brings to the festival a range of flavoured kettlecorn. So pop along for pop up gourmet popcorn the old fashioned way.
La Porketta serving succulent roast pork in soft bread rolls. A great offering at this year's festival that is sure to satisfy any hungry tummy.
Louise Crosby will be at the festival with yummy mini donuts, gelato and drinks, including fresh lemonade, - made to make your mouth water.
Mr Roberts Traditional Fish & Chips brings a taste of the sea to the festival as no trip to the seaside would be the same without some freshly cooked, delicious, fish and chips. Website
The Magical Tea Chest will be on hand serving a selection of fabulous hot drinks alongside yummy cookies. Keep your belly happy with prime beef burgers, bratwurst sausages and spicy bean burgers. Come and say hello. Website
The Two Tossers Neapolitan style Pizzas freshly made pizzas with a great selection of toppings! You won't want to miss out on these amazing pizzas. Website
Scrumptious Cakes & Bakes selling traybakes, biscuits, cakes, tarts & scones for you over the weekend and you can even pick up a tasty treat to take home!
Tap your foot along to a rousing sea shanty performed by Spare Hands as you arrive at the festival this year.. Spare Hands are Hull's foremost maritime folk band whose aim is to keep Hull's Maritime history and heritage alive through music and songs. Perfect for this coastal location and not to be missed - get there early. Performing Saturday & Sunday morning.
Come and meet Grey…. At the festival Saturday & Sunday afternoon. You'll love this brand new solo show as the story unfolds from a single suitcase, (literally). Follow Grey’s journey to a better future with magical pop-ups, puppetry and interactive scenes. Suitable for all ages.
All the fun of the fair …..roll up roll up!
Big swing boats - hook a duck - children's chairoplanes - octopus ride - milk churn game.
The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea. Since 1805 there’s been a lifeboat at Bridlington, crewed entirely by volunteers and reliant upon donations. Make sure to visit them at the festival they've lots going on - fun for all ages.
Facebook @bridlington lifeboats
Twitter _@RNLI Bridlington
A Friendly Welcome Awaits You At Sewerby Methodist Church Café
Open Sat 11th September, 10am until 5pm and Sun 12th September, 12 noon until 4pm
HOT AND COLD DRINKS, HOT BACON BUTTIES, TOASTED TEA BREAD, DELICIOUS HOME-MADE CAKES
Well behaved dogs welcome
Toilets available at the above times
Special thanks to all our partners who help to deliver this fantastic festival.