Riverside Feast launches at Battersea Power Station


Street Feast is heading to the river. Launching next Thursday at Battersea Power Station as part of #ThePowerOfSummer, Riverside Feast will run for eight weeks on the bank of the Thames, with an ever-changing list of top street food traders, at least five brilliant bars and DJs bringing the party vibes into the night.

‘Street Feast-on-Thames’ will feature some of London’s finest traders including: Le BunHot Box BBQPao Wow, B.O.B’s Lobster, Randy's Wing BarVinn GouteYum JungleAji CevicheChin Chin LabsDogtown HotdogsAnna Mae'sBorn & RaisedSpit & RoastMiss P's BarbecueVoodoo Ray'sYum BunDosa Deli and Kimchinary; plus a Prosecco & Oyster bar, a giant rooftop rum bar and a Rotary cocktail bar in a shipping container.

Held in Battersea Power Station’s pop-up park, this may be your last chance to get close to this iconic London building before it is redeveloped. Relax on the grass and soak up the view with some great food and a refreshing cocktail (or three).

We’re also partnering with Everyman cinema, so you can watch a fantastic programme of classic and cult films on a huge open-air HD screen in the park. If you really want to do it in style, you can nab a ‘Premier Pod’ and order pre-film table service from your choice of Street Feast traders. Tickets are already starting to sell out for these films (including The Wolf of Wall Street, Pulp Fiction and This is Spinal Tap) so visit Everyman’s website sharpish if you want to snap one up.

 This will be one of the most exciting pop-ups we’ve done yet and what London summers are all about. Come and join us from next Thursday 10 July - Sunday 31 August, where we we’ll be open four days a week from Thursday to Sunday.



Thursdays and Fridays from 4pm to 11.30pm
Free entry before 6pm, £5 after

Saturday noon to 11.30pm
Sunday noon to 10pm
£5 entry from noon

If you don’t want to pay to get in then please make sure you get there before 6pm. Riverside Feast is open four days Thu-Sun but the park is open EVERY day of the week as part of #ThePowerOfSummerLe Bun and Dogtown will be there every day plus an all-day bar as well tea, cakes, coffee and ice cream from the cart. It will be a great way to spend a sunny day, lying on the grass or sat by the riverside. It’s an amazing setting.



The entrance to Battersea Power Station is on the south side of Chelsea Bridge.


From Sloane Square take a 137 bus south to Queenstown Road.
From Vauxhall take a 44 or 344 bus west to Battersea Park Road. 


From Victoria to Battersea Park Station. Then a two minute walk.
From Waterloo to Queenstown Road Station. Then a five minute walk.


From Sloane Square, walk south down lower Sloane Street then onto Chelsea Bridge Road. The entrance is immediately on your left after crossing the river.



Making shit happen and bringing the vibes.

So far no deaths or arrests.