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Street food, cocktails, and live music mark the return of late-night Fridays


Friday late nights are back at Five Valley’s Market kicking off in style this week with a fantastic pop-up cocktail bar and live music joining the line-up of street food traders offering delicious food from around the globe.

Stroud Bowl’s Bar 300 will be whipping up a menu of cocktails designed by their creative mixologists, Katie Johnson and Chris Southworth, while youth grunge band Loki and acoustic act, fronted by Adele Redstone, entertain the crowds.

Cocktails will be shaken or stirred from 5.30pm to 8pm and food stalls will be serving up delicious dishes until 8pm. Parking from 5pm to midnight is just 50p for the whole evening.

Five Valleys Late Night cocktails | Street food, cocktails, and live music mark the return of late-night Fridays
Stroud Bowl’s Bar 300 Mixologist Chris Southworth

Whether it’s spicey Thai, a sizzling steak from the grill, a bowl of genuine Italian pasta or even a good old pie, there’s something to suit every taste at the indoor markets. 

Five Valleys Market and Events manager Molly Wise said: “We are very excited to be re-launching Friday late nights again. The market is always buzzing through the day, but in the evening the atmosphere is like a lovely big party.

“People are ready to come out with their friends and families to enjoy time together. Here they can eat drink, enjoy live music and even catch a movie at Vue Cinema or enjoy a game at Stroud Bowl.”

For more information, please visit www.fivevalleysstroud.co.uk

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