Pembrokeshire Street Food Festival will be making a triumphant return to Tenby this summer.

Street Food Warehouse will be setting up in the new location of Salterns car park (SA70 8DU) from Friday to Sunday, June 7-9 bringing three days of great food, entertainment and family fun to everyone’s favourite coastal destination. 

Open 11am to 11pm each day, the festival will be even bigger, better and tastier this year with more traders and market stalls. With a bigger space, comes more room to boogie, so they’ve packed the schedule with a huge lineup of live entertainment on their brand-new stage. Expect live bands, DJs and a few surprises, so make sure to bring your dancing shoes.

The unique thing about Pembrokeshire Street Food Festival is that no two traders offer the same cuisine. This allows traders to showcase their individuality whilst treating customers to a wider range of dishes from near and far, from Indian to Vietnamese, Thai to Moroccan, Mexican to Afghan, Caribbean to Uzbek, with food to suit every dietary requirement. Visitors might recognise a few friendly faces of the traders from previous festivals as well as locals from Wales like Mwg, Burger Boyz and Pembrokeshire’s own crepe-makers Romy’s.

Don’t worry, they haven’t forgotten the need to quench everyone’s thirst! This summer, the event is sponsored by award-winning brewery, Lost and Grounded. New for this year are reusable cups. A one-off fee of £2 with your first drinks order gets you a branded cup to use throughout your visit and take home as a souvenir. This helps reduce the need for single-use plastic and keeps the festival cleaner for all to enjoy. 

Street Food Warehouse are looking forward to ramping things up with more top-class traders, extended bars and plenty of space for the hungry people of Tenby to enjoy delicious food. The festival is family-friendly at heart, welcoming children of all ages and well-behaved dogs. You’ll need a ticket to enter, but fear not - tickets are free! They can be found at