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What to expect from this year’s Swansea Bay Pop Up

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The big top tent has returned to Singleton Park and the organisers of the popular street food festival, The Swansea Bay Pop Up, have revealed more details about what visitors can expect to see this year.

The focus of the Pop Up, which opens this Thursday 28th April, is still very much on local independent food and drink traders and this year a record number of businesses will be represented.

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A total of 25 food and drink brands will be serving a wide range of cuisines from Asian bao buns to plant-based burgers.

Some fan favourites including Frango, BrewStone, Rasoi Indian Kitchen, Get Caked Bakehouse and Gower Brewery will return alongside a host of new names such as Chunky Buddha, Root 66, KoKoDoo and Nelly’s Fish & Chips, Beer Riff and Tomos Watkins.

A new shipping container will be installed on site to house a range of beers from local breweries while small independent coffee makers and dessert suppliers will be serving up their goods giving them the opportunity to build their following.

A guest van is also available for fledgling food businesses who want to showcase their food and drink offering but who don’t have a food truck to serve from.

Swansea Bay Pop Up founder, Bruno Nunes

Bruno Nunes, founder of the Swansea Bay Pop Up, comments: “We’re absolutely thrilled with this year’s line-up and can’t wait to get back into Singleton Park and welcome our visitors for the third year in a row.

“I’m passionate about independent food and drink businesses and feel that we’ve really upped our game in the level of variety and quality that we’re bringing to the Pop Up this year.

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“I’m excited about being able to offer a first timer the chance to showcase their product through our guest van and I’m happy to have a dedicated fresh tank beer bar showcasing more great breweries from the region.

“We’ve also got some exciting collaborations this year with AU Vodka, Gower Doughnut Company and Crafty Smuggler Coffee.

“With no restrictions in place we’re also able to offer more entertainment at what has now become a Swansea institution. It’s my absolute pleasure to bring Bingo Lingo to the Pop Up to launch our Jubilee Weekend.

“We’ve also got musicians, games, live music and family friendly entertainment planned throughout our stay in Singleton Park and we can’t wait to get started.”

Bingo Lingo will be bringing its unique night of bingo, party anthems, on-stage battles and crowd-pleasing stage performers to the Pop Up on Wednesday 1st June. The fully interactive show, which has been successful throughout the UK, gives guests the chance to win epic prizes while being thoroughly entertained.

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Nick Saunders, founder of Bingo Lingo said, “We’re super excited about teaming up with the Swansea Bay Pop Up to create Swansea’s biggest ever Bingo Lingo to date. We can’t wait to welcome more than 600 people to experience an unforgettable night of bingo to kick off the summer!”

The Swansea Bay Pop Up starts on 28th April. To book tickets visit https://www.swanseabaypopup.co.uk/book-now/

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