Following the successful launch moving to a new location on Easter Monday at St. Paul’s Square Church, 876 Street Foods Reggae Caribbean Cookout returns for a early May Bank Holiday special.
Birmingham’s Street food trader Mr Jerk will be serving authentic Jamaican cuisine such as curry goat, rice and peas, jerk pork and of course his delicious jerk chicken. There will also be Caribbean vegetarian options available.
Expect Wray and Nephew and Appleton Estate rum cocktails, cold Red Stripe beer.
The best vintage Reggae, Ska and Rock-steady vinyl will be played. You can play dominoes or just relax and enjoy the cool vibes.
876 Street Food would like any budding singers or bands to get in touch to take part in Reggae open mic.
The event will take place on Bank Holiday Monday 1 May 2017 at 12:00-18:00 in the grounds of St. Paul’s Church, St. Paul’s Square, Jewellery Quarter Birmingham, B3 1QZ
Also crowdfunding for folding tables, chairs and portable bar for outside dinning.
Great rewards for pledging to help reach the target of £2000 at www.crowdfunder.co.uk/Reggaecaribbeancookout
Further information is available by visiting Twitter @876StreetFood or Facebook @mrjerkchicken