Glasgow's beloved Kelvin Way street party returns with Big Feed and Melting Pot takeover

The teams behind Glasgow's Big Feed and Melting Pot have confirmed they are collaborating once aged to bring Big Feed in the Park back to Kelvin Way.

The walkway and Kelvingrove bandstand will be transformed into a massive street food and music festival later this year.

A number of top DJs, including Craig Charles, will take to the bandstand over the two day event which starts on Saturday September 28 and comes to a close on Sunday September 29.

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A variety of cocktail trucks and food vendors from around the world will be on site to provide a range of tasty dishes.

The Big Feed Bairns initiative will also be making a return with loads of activities and entertainment for children included in the price of a ticket.

Big Feed owner Jonathan Stipanovsky said: "We’re thrilled to announce the return of Big Feed in the Park with our friends and partners Melting Pot.

“We’ve switched up the format this year on the back of feedback from our first time at this beautiful site in the heart of the West End.

“So it’s almost two separate events – Big Feed Bairns takes the helm during the day before Melting Pot take over at night, then Big Feed is back again on Sunday.

“We have so much for the kids, it’s the perfect end of summer family fun extravaganza.

“We really have levelled it up with some of our best ever street food traders serving up every kind of ace street food from around the world.

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Along with our usual marquee event bar and cocktail traders, this year we’ll also be launching our Bacardi Tiki bar and Pravha beer bar.”

Mark MacKechnie, from Melting Pot, added: “We’re buzzing to be back at such an iconic, unique venue, with our mates from Big Feed.

“Disco is well and truly back at the bandstand and having our very special guest Craig Charles, the BBC 6 Music funkster in chief, and a bunch of classic grooves all night long. Well, until 10pm anyway.

“We loved the venue and the vibe last year and wanted to step it up and make this year even better.

“Craig is the perfect guy to deliver a late summer night of disco heaven – so get on the tickets fast before they sell out.”

The Big Feed day time event runs from 11am to 4pm with a quick break before the late night Melting Pot shenanigans kick off from 5pm to 10pm.

Tickets for the day event costs £12 for adults and £8 for children, however, “babes in arms” go free. For those eyeing up the Melting Pot even on Saturday night tickets cost £25 with last entry at 7pm.

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