Eat, drink and dance in the sunshine at StrEATlife
StrEATlife, Alexandra Palace’s free street food and craft beer festival, is returning to the Palace for two massive weekends on 25-27 June and 21-22 August.
More than 30 street vendors will take over the Palace’s south terrace, cooking up the best in Mexican and Indian street food, classic Neopolitan pizza, Soul food and tapas, plus BBQ and vegan feasts – to name just a few. Liquid refreshment comes from BrewDog, Pin Up Brewing Co and The Five Points Brewing Company who will be ready to serve their range of refreshing, and the odd hard hitting, craft beers. The Gin Trailer will be providing summer tipples and there’ll be a whole variety of classic cocktails to enjoy.
To make it a proper party, each day will sound-tracked by a range of acoustic performances, DJ sets and live bands – so dancing will be actively encouraged!!
Entry to StrEATlife is free and no booking is required. Opening times:
25 June: 4pm-late
26 June: 12pm-late
27 June: 12pm-8pm
21 August: 12pm-late
22 August: 12pm-8pm
Simon Fell, Alexandra Palace events director, says: “We can’t wait to bring StrEATlife back to the Palace and offer up a proper celebration of summer. If, like us, you’re finding yourself fancying a drink, some quality food and a good old dance – this is a pretty much the perfect place to be. Throw in the sunshine and the views and StrEATlife promises a couple of cracking summer weekends.”
For more information about StrEATlife visit www.streatlife.alexandrapalce.
StrEATlife joins an ever-growing programme of events taking place at Alexandra Palace in 2021. In recent months thousands of people have returned to the venue to enjoy one of London’s largest socially distanced beer gardens, The Terrace. Meanwhile entertainment has been provided by Ally Pally’s very own al fresco comedy festival, Hullabaloo, and the drive-in cinema from Rooftop Film Club. DJ Sasha recently welcomed the return of live music events for the public inside the Palace itself, his appearance coming hot on the heels of a range of streamed performances at the Palace from the likes of Coldplay, Jorja Smith Michael Kiwanuka, London Grammar, Wolf Alice, Laura Marling and BICEP, to name just a few. Not only that, but the Palace’s Kaleidoscope Festival, headlined by Groove Armada, is set wow crowds on 24 July. For more information visit www.alexandrapalace.com