The Blaze will play their first home game of the 2024 season at Trent Bridge in May, and to help kick off their home campaign in style, Notts Street Food Festival will be bringing their culinary delights to the party.

The Bank Holiday extravaganza will take place on Monday 6 May, as The Blaze welcome Thunder as the first of their four home games at Trent Bridge.

This Street Food Festival will be Notts Street Food’s first of the summer, with around 4,000 visitors expected to sample some of Nottingham’s finest street food and get behind The Blaze, as they look to emulate their Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy exploits in 2023, where they were narrowly beaten by Southern Vipers in the final.

After hosting a trio of popular events including The Street Food Tour, The Street Food Festival and Fireworks Night at Trent Bridge in 2023, our historic venue will look forward to welcoming more vendors than ever before, with eighteen independent traders pitching up to showcase some of the finest street food.

Tickets for the Bank Holiday event are now on sale, spread across two sessions priced at £6 for adults and £3 for concessions.

Both sessions will include access to watch The Blaze take on Thunder in their Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy 50-over match, which starts at 10:30am, before the Street Food Festival will open at 12pm. For members, entry to the game is included in 2024 membership, however, members must claim a ticket in advance. Details on how this can be done will be communicated to members directly.

Please note that, whilst both sessions will allow access to view the cricket, there is a likelihood that the game could be nearing a close as the second food festival session commences.

Session timings are as follows:

A mix of new and returning vendors will be gracing the Trent Bridge concourses to cater for all tastes, ranging from Asian to Middle-Eastern inspired stalls, with vegan, Mexican, fried chicken and South American cuisine also featuring. Click here to see a full list of traders…

A host of our bars will be open around the ground, whilst live funk & soul DJ’s will feature throughout the day to complete the perfect Bank Holiday family day out.

Aaron Wilson of Notts Street Food, said “After the success of our Street Food Festival here in August, we simply couldn’t turn down the opportunity to return to Trent Bridge for another Bank Holiday extravaganza. With its large capacity and excellent location, Trent Bridge provides the ideal venue for a premium street food event, allowing for thousands to sample the exquisite cuisines we have to offer.”

“We’ve got a number of new vendors this year who add further breadth to our food offerings, meaning there really is something for everyone.”

Building on the foundations of the last two events, Notts Street Food Festival is beginning to firmly cement itself as a fan favourite at Trent Bridge, as it looks to operate on its largest scale yet.

Tickets for the Nottingham Street Food Festival are on sale now…