Michelin starred food will be on the menu at Pub in the Park again this September, hosted by celebrity chef Marcus Wareing, patron of Marcus restaurant in Knightsbridge.
The Kaiser Chiefs lead the live music line up, which also includes Basement Jaxx and the Kingdom Choir, who sang at Harry and Meghan’s wedding.
Pub in the Park made its debut very successfully in the grounds of Chiswick House in 2019. Cancelled in 2020 because of the pandemic, the organisers, led by Michelin starred chef Tom Kerridge, are looking forward to bringing their unique mix of good food and drink and live music to Chiswick House once again.
The Pub in the Park festival is touring eight locations in the UK, from June to September 2021. ‘Certified as Good to Go, with social distancing where needed’, events will be held in Bath, Dulwich Park, London, Warwick, Tunbridge Wells and Chichester before the show rolls in to Chiswick on 3 September, moving on to St Albans and finishing in Tom Kerridge’s home base of Marlow on 16 September.
Image above: Celebrity chef Marcus Wareing; dishes from the menu at All’s Well and Rick Stein’s Restaurant
The line up is a slightly different mix in each location. In Chiswick Marcus Wareing will host. Other confirmed restaurants taking part include: Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, All’s Well, the Star Inn, Atul Kochhar Restaurants, Little Social and Rick Stein.
Image above: Kaiser Chiefs
The Chiswick music line up is led by the Kaiser Chiefs on Saturday night. Friday night’s line up is Basement Jaxx DJ, Brand New Heavies and the Kingdom Choir. Saturday will be The Feeling and Nerina Pallet, followed by Kaiser Chiefs and Cuban Brothers. Sunday’s line up is Marc Almond, REEF and Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel.
Tickets go on sale 19 March. Sign up for more news about the festivals and early access to tickets here.
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