SINGING chef Jon Nulty brings his international street food event back to Worthing on Saturday.
Combing his passion for top quality, locally-sourced food and great live music, Jon has put together a twilight treat, Sundowners at Splash Point, on Worthing seafront.
Well known for bursting into song, Jon, who runs catering business Vice Puddings, said: “I love Worthing. The people living in and around this great town should be able to enjoy family events on its beautiful seafront.
“That’s what we’re doing with Sundowners and SunUppers. Giving the lovely locals a chance to dine on delicious, freshly prepared food al fresco at low prices.”
Following April’s successful Sundowners, Jon has organised two more events for the summer, along with two SunUppers events.
“We’ve got some fantastic live musicians. There’s jazz and swing from the likes of The Liaison Trio and Sweetheart Melodies and even some samba with Ratama Cubit and a Beach Bateria,” he said
For the children, there will also be face painting, a bouncy castle and free craft workshops with Beach Creatures.
Jon admitted: “We take a risk every time we put Sundowners or SunUppers on. We’re not millionaires, just local folk who want to make a difference.
“We wanted to put Sundowners on because we knew that people were producing amazing street food in the Worthing area and wanted to share it with the whole community, creating a family-friendly event that will introduce people to new tastes, flavours and music.”
Sundowners is on Saturday from 3pm until sundown and returns on Saturday, September 12, at the same times. SunUppers is planned for Sunday, August 23, and Sunday, September 27, from 9am.
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