Pub in the Park 2019 Announces First Ever London Line-Up

Tom Kerridge’s Pub in the Park festival, which comes to London for the first time this year, has announced the first names to join the super star chef and his culinary friends on the tour in 2019

Pub in the Park, launched by Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge in 2017, is to land in London for the first time this summer, bringing with it big names like Gabrielle, Clean Bandit, Texas and Scouting for Girls, as well as great food and festival vibes.

The event, which combines great food, chef demos, shopping and – since a proper pub wouldn’t be complete without it – live music, will take place at Chiswick House from 6-8 September 2019. Also on the line-up are Toploader, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Stereo MCs, Soul II Soul Sound System and Natalie Williams and the Soul Family.

Pub in the Park takes place at venues across the country, including Verulamium Park in St Albans, Dunorlan Park in Tunbridge Wells and Victoria Park in Bath. Each venue will host Michelin-starred and award-winning pubs and restaurants as pop-ups serving signature tasting dishes.

‘Last year’s Pub in the Park festivals were so much fun, I can’t wait to bring excellence in food, world class chefs, ace music and an awesome vibe to eight locations across the UK this year,’ said Tom Kerridge.

Pop up pubs at Chiswick House will include Jason Atherton’s Berners Tavern, Tom Kerridge’s two Michelin-starred The Hand & Flowers and Heston Blumenthal’s The Hinds Head

Pop up pubs at Chiswick House will include London favourites such as Jason Atherton’s Berners Tavern, as well as Tom Kerridge’s two Michelin-starred Marlow pub, The Hand & Flowers, and Heston Blumenthal’s The Hinds Head from Bray.

London restaurants like Claude Bosi’s Oyster Bar at Bibendum, Jose Pizarro, Rick Stein (Barnes) and Angela Hartnett’s Café Murano will also host pop-ups.

Live acts performing at other Pub in the Park locations include Jake Bugg, Kaiser Chiefs, Basement Jaxx (DJ Set), Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Razorlight and Rick Astley.

Tickets are on sale now from £30 for adults and £20 for under 16s at