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Pub in the Park first host announced

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Pub in the Park, which is returning to Bath on 21st June, bringing music, food and more to Royal Victoria Park. The team behind the event have just announced that Fred Siriex, of Channel 4’s popular programme First Dates, will be kicking off Tom Kerridge’s Pub in the Park festival in Bath, by hosting the Friday evening entertainment.

There’ll be Michelin-starred and award-winning pubs and restaurants serving tasting dishes showing their signature style. Bath’s event will celebrate the very best food the country has to offer, combined with great live music, chef demonstrations, top quality shopping and other festival fun.

The Bath line-up is looking better than ever with pubs including Kerridge’s two Michelin starred The Hand & Flowers, Josh Eggleton’s The Pony & Trap and Italian cooking of Angela Hartnett’s Cafe Murano.

New pubs for 2019 include The Churchill Arms and the Michelin starred Midsummer House.

As well as top-class food, there’ll also be a variety of live music over the three days. The first names announced for Bath include singer songwriter Will Young, as well as Basement Jaxx (DJ Set), Soul II Soul Sound System, Natalie Williams and the Soul Family, Texas, Razorlight and Gabrielle.

More acts and hosts are to be announced in the coming weeks.


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