A POPULAR festival, that saw thousands gather in the centre of Hereford, will be returning next year.

Returning over August bank holiday weekend for the first time in five years, more than 7,000 people visited Hereford Indie Food Festival, which was based at the Rule of Tum's restaurants in Aubrey Street, but spread into car parks and a side street.

It is a three-day urban festival of street food, music, makers, and produce - set in the heart of Hereford city.

This summer it welcomed big names to Hereford such as Trevor Nelson, and Everything Everything.


Hereford Indie Food will be returning in 2023

Hereford Indie Food will be returning in 2023

Organisers of Hereford Indie Food are thrilled to announce that the festival will be back over the August Bank Holiday weekend in 2023.

Held on August 26 to August 28, the festival will also now be open on the Monday daytime.

Early Bird tickets are only £8 per evening and on sale now here.

"We would like to thank everyone who made 2022 a success and we can't wait to welcome you back in 2023 for an even better weekend of street food, music, makers, and produce," said Dorian Kirk, founder of Hereford Indie Food.