BIG names including Craig Charles are coming to Hereford for a popular city food and music festival.

The line up for this years Hereford Indie Food Festival has been announced, with this year’s festival featuring music and DJ sets from Craig Charles, The Undercover Hippy, Jetski, Skinny Living, and many more.

Organisers said they will also be welcoming some titans of the Herefordshire food scene, promising a "fantastic" street food market.

"Our maker’s market returns, bigger and better than last year, showcasing some incredible local talent," a spokesperson said.⁠

Hereford Indie Food is a three-day urban festival of street food, music, makers, and produce, all set in the heart of Hereford city. Founded in 2016, the festival returned in 2017 and welcomed over 5,000 people to the festival site.


The festival returned after a break last year, seeing over 7,000 people head to the popular event in Aubrey Street, and welcoming big names to Hereford such as Trevor Nelson, and Everything Everything.

The festival this year will be held on August 26, 27, and 28, and will also now be open during the day on Monday.

Daytime entry is priced at £3, while evening tickets are £10 and include daytime entry on the day of the ticket.

Tickets are on sale right now at

Hereford Indie Food Festival founder Dorian Kirk, of The Burger Shop in Aubrey Street, said: “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!"