Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge is heading down the M23, bringing his touring food and music festival, Pub in the Park, to Brighton for the very first time. Taking place across three days (14th – 16th July 2023), expect award-winning chef hosts, incredible pubs and restaurants, and music for everyone to enjoy.

Pub in the Park: Food Line-Up

Andy Clarke will be bringing the vibes to the main stage and if open flame cooking is your thing, king of fire Adam Purnell aka Shropshire Lad will be showing you how it’s done on the Firepit Stage. It wouldn’t be Pub in the Park without knock-out food, and there’s a selection of incredible Brighton-based restaurants bringing bold new flavours to experience including local legend Kenny Tutt with Pitch and Indian street food from The Chilli Pickle, alongside local Italian favourite Cin Cin.

If that wasn’t enough, ultimate pub grub from Tom Kerridge’s two Michelin-starred The Hand and Flowers is not to be missed, alongside mouth-watering authentic Spanish flavours from the stand-out Tapas Brindisa and The Kentish Hare from The Tanner Brothers, which is ranked fifth in the country by the prestigious Top 50 Gastropub Awards.

Pub in the Park: Music Line-Up

But what about the music, we hear you ask. Let me talk to you about the Sugababes (the original line-up, not the other 12) who will be headlining Friday night at the festival, supported by Soul II Soul and Judge Jules. For Saturday afternoon, look no further than West London funk group The Brand New Heavies as they take to the Pub in the Park stage, supported by Toploader and Norman Jay. Saturday night sees iconic Happy Mondays ‘Step On’ stage, supported by Stereo MCs and Example.

And for Sunday, none other than 90s English rock band Dodgy and legendary Craig Charles Funk and Soul Show alongside singer-songwriting superstar Gabrielle will be closing the weekend.

Tickets are on sale here.