The Great Feast of London: Fusing the Digital and the Physical
Taking place from Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th July, The Great Feast of London is a re-imagining of the festival experience. The digital and physical are being merged to bring food and drink directly to front doors, garden gates or local parks, accompanied by live-streamed gigs and curated playlists from the likes of Groove Armada’s Tom Findlay, Jazzie B, Don Letts, Goldie and Felix from Basement Jaxx.
Most events are free to attend while hot meals and recipe kits are available at a range of prices. What’s more, the festival is partnering with the charity A Plate for London so that every meal ordered during the festival is matched by one for a person in need.
Festival food is delivered to the door by London’s most exciting chefs and restaurants – from exclusive 100 cover dining experiences from Michelin-starred chefs Ollie Dabbous and Nuno Mendes, through to meal kits and hot food from Patty and Bun, Kricket and Neil Rankin.
As no festival is complete without a tipple or two, guests will be able to order beer and wine from London favourites including Bevertown, Fourpure and Brick Brewery.
To book an experience and organise food deliveries, see greatfeast.com.
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We’re merging the digital and physical through food, entertainment, wellbeing and lively discussion. Across the weekend, we’ll be bringing food and drink directly to your front doors, garden gates or local parks, soundtracked by curated playlists and live gigs. As the country begins to emerge from lockdown, we’ll also be exploring ways to better care for the planet, each other and ourselves through talks, workshops and classes. Every meal ordered during the festival will be matched with one for a person in need through @aplateforlondon. Spread the word and join us on Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th July.