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Food and Drink - Perth


We’ve combed the Scottish street food scene to bring you the best of the city’s eateries along with some other festival favourites. Boasting over 25 outlets, food lovers will have everything they need for a delicious street food experience from classic American cuisine, including the ‘Mac Shack’ to authentic pulled BBQ meats, Neapolitan style wood fired pizzas, artisan bread-makers, Vietnamese inspired noodles, succulent ribs, wings and award winning burgers as well as a modern take on the classic Fish & Chips ‘Fish and Frites’ and an exciting Mexican with a Scottish twist menu from ‘love Mexican’… We really do have it all!

If you have a sweet tooth be sure to try our delicious fresh Belgian waffles and with an array of ice cream trucks, we are hoping the sun is shining on Perth for the bank holiday weekend!

We also have plenty on offer for our vegan, vegetarian and gluten free friends, as well as a plethora of child-friendly menu options. Our pop-up food stalls use locally sourced ingredients creating exciting and imaginative flavour combinations for everyone!


From freshly brewed artisan coffee to smoothie bars our quirky pop ups offer an endless selection of hot and cold beverages and with three main bars within the arena you’ll never be lost if you need to quench your thirst. Offering local cask ales like Innis & Gunn Ossian Golden Ale and a full bar offering including the usual suspects - beer, cider, wine, Prosecco and champagne. We also have the tent dedicated to the quintessential English summer drink - Pimm’s & Lemonade and a Champagne and wine bar for those who enjoy a glass of bubbly!

We operate the Challenge 25 Policy and you may be asked for ID to verify your age when purchasing alcohol. We accept the following forms of ID: a valid passport; a valid EU photocard driving licence; or a photographic ID card with the National Proof of Age Standards Scheme – PASS - hologram.

You may bring in food and soft drinks to the event for your own personal consumption provided that any soft drinks are in unopened and sealed plastic or paper containers with a capacity of 500ml or less, restricted to one per person. We suggest that you bring an empty plastic bottle (500ml or less) as there will be water points on site that can be used for drinking water at no cost.