The Brum Wing Fest is back bigger and better than ever

Five street food traders, only one can be crowned Brum Wing Fest Winner 2019. Who wins? You decide!

Brum Wing Fest is back for its third year on Saturday 4th May. Showcasing some of the best street-food traders in Birmingham. This is a great chance to try some fab, exciting food.

Whether you like finger licking and sauce dripping BBQ wings, or golden coated and crunchy fried wings this festival has them all – with a twist! This year, Brum Wing Fest is celebrating diversity in street food with wings flying in from India, Poland, America, Jamaica, and Turkey. So if you’re interested in grilled wings with Turkish sauces, Jamaican spiced wings or simply trying something you’ve never tasted before – come on down!

The vendors offering up their wares for judgement are: House of Hen, Veeru, Jammin BBQ, Limon Turkish, and Full Belly. If you can’t wait to see what will be on sale at the event head over to Brum Wing Fest’s Facebook page where they are sharing descriptions and images of the dishes on sale, adding a new dish every day leading up to the festival.

To whet your appetite, why not try these on for size?:

Jammin BBQ is offering ‘One Love Wings – Jerk wings with Honey, Jammin ketchup and Sesame seeds.’

Limon Turkish is offering ‘wings tossed in sweet and sticky maple syrup and lemon sauce with poppy seeds’

There are 13 more wings to be shared with equally delicious sounding descriptions!

The festival has been dreamt up by Taste and Liquor who are launching a Birmingham Fried Chicken Battle later this year as well, so keep your eyes open! Taste and Liquor are an award-winning company that host pop-up street food events in unusual and interesting spaces like museums, art galleries and warehouses. They are hosting this event at Digbeth’s Mutt Motorcycles – a custom motorcycle store with a beautiful, vintage feel.

On arrival ticket holders will each be given a ticket to vote for their favourite vendor. The festival will have a great party atmosphere with music and a bar championing local breweries. You can spend the day at the festival and voting ends at 5.30pm with the winner announced at 6.00pm!

Tickets cost £7 for entry and do not include food or drink. Kids under 12 can enter for free and young people aged 13-15 can pay £3 on the door.

So come along and decide who will be winner winner, chicken dinner!

(I’m sorry, I couldn’t help myself!)

If you have special dietary requirements, please ask individual vendors.