Humber Street Sesh 2023 will host some of the best street food operators in the region who will be serving up an array of mouth-watering delights on Saturday 12 August.
GREEK STREET FOOD
A festival favourite, providing traditional, authentic Greek street food, including gyros wraps, deep fried halloumi, and calamari, all cooked the Greek way. Look out for their instantly recognisable blue and white food truck.
ALL FIRED UP PIZZERIA
A choice of 6 delicious, thin and crispy 12” pizzas handmade to order, including a vegetarian option. All pizzas are made with handmade tomato sauce and 100% mozzarella cheese, with a wide selection of toppings including gourmet meats, fresh salad and vegetables.
Winners of the Yorkshire and Humber Best Bakery at the National Bakery Awards in 2019 and 2020, Hull Pie have become the go-to food operator at the region’s best events, serving a variety of award-winning pies, with mash and peas, and their legendary gravy. With options for all dietary needs, they’ve got you covered.
Authentic Punjabi street food returns to Humber Street Sesh. If you haven’t sampled their offering at Hull Street Food Nights, now is your chance. Leeds- based Pavs Dhaba will be serving up sensational, authentic Indian street food – curries, snacks, and small plates with vegan and vegetarian options available.
THE CREPE COMPANY & CHOCOLATE HOT TUBS
Super tasty, sweet and savoury crepes made using fresh ingredients from local suppliers, with vegetarian and vegan options available.
The Chocolate Hot Tubs trailer, alongside the Crepe Company, will be serving unique desserts with a choice of the wickedest ingredients, including warm chocolate sauce, and dairy ice cream or cream toppings. Their barista trained staff will be serving delicious coffee, supplied by local roasters River City Coffee.
SHIOK! SINGAPORE STREET FOOD
Shiok! specialises in Southeast Asian street food cooked fresh with the finest Asian flavours, sourced locally and prepared from scratch to achieve the authentic taste of Singapore. Also offering a wide range of sweet treats, ice creams, deserts and refreshments.
OH LA LA LOADED FRIES
Giving the french fry the ultimate glow-up with a variety of choices, this festival favourite hits the spot every time.
Most food operators will be situated in the Festival Food Court on Wellington Street, with several food stalls near the University of Hull Main Stage. In addition to the food featured, there will be many more offers, including gourmet burgers and hot dogs, sweet treats and ice creams.
In recognition of the financial struggle that many people are facing, festival organisers have no objections to festival attendees bringing packed lunches into the festival and encourage people to refill multi-use bottles at free water stations across the site.
As members of the Oh Yes! Net Zero Campaign, festival organisers have implemented a contract that ensures festival food concessions will be utilising sustainable materials such as wood and recyclable materials.
Following a remarkable sell out in 2022, Humber Street Sesh will celebrate a decade on Hull Marina on Saturday 12 August 2023, showcasing over 100 acts and shining a light on regional emerging artists, as well as a few aspirational acts from further afield invited to join the party.
The event will continue to offer family fun, with the much-loved Silent Disco and Team Extreme Skate Park, Hip Hop Amphitheatre with Beats Bus, ScrapStore Creative Arts Marquee, photography exhibitions, flash mob dances and street entertainers.
Humber Street Sesh 2023 will take place on Hull Marina on Saturday 12 August, 12pm–11pm.
£15 (+ booking fee) advance wristband purchase and ticket exchange available from:
Social on Humber Street, Saturday 5 August from 12pm–10pm. Then every day from 12pm–6pm until Friday 11 August.
The Information Pod at Paragon Interchange, Monday to Saturday.
Trinity Live, Trinity Market, Thursdays 3 and 10 August.
Tickets can be exchanged for wristbands on the festival day at the entrances.
Retailers across the local area selling wristbands in advance include: Chinese Laundry (Savile Street), Poorboy (Humber Street), The Queens Pub (Queens Road), Bug Vinyl Records (Ladygate, Beverley), The Information Pod (Paragon Interchange).
Wristbands purchased at the festival entrances will be £20.