Comida Fest, a street food market celebrating Latin American food and drink, returns to the South Bank on 21-22 May after a successful debut in April.
A selection of street food traders covers Mexico, Argentina, Peru, Brazil, Cuba, Venezuela and Colombia, and will include sandwiches, street snacks, cocktails (including a pisco bar), burgers, Latin BBQ, coffee and even a stall dedicated entirely to passion fruit.
There will also be plenty of live music and entertainment including a rumba workshop, live DJs, zumba, pisco and mescal masterclasses and face painting (could get messy).
If you really get a taste for Latin American while you're there, don’t forget to enter the competition to win a trip for two people to Rio de Janeiro. Hola!
Comida Fest, 21-22 May, Riverside Grass, Riverside Walkway Wharf, South Bank, SE1 9PP. Saturday 12-8pm, Sunday 11-6pm. Free entry. Buy tickets in advance for the Zumba workshop and the Rumbareggae workshop.
Saturday 1pm-3pm: Sandra Grajales face painting (£5) and La Pajara Pinta sing along Spanish class for kids and adults by El Taller Creative Workshops (free); 3pm-4pm: Reggaeton and rumba workshop by Mundo Latino UK (£3); 4pm-4.30pm masterclasses: mezcal by Cafe Pacifico and food/wine by CAU (free); 4.30pm-8pm: Movimientos presents (free): DJ Pablo Cruz (Oye Latino), Bachata City live, Mariachi Aguilas live.
Sunday 11am-2pm: Cal for Fun — kids and adults traditional games (free); 2pm-2.30pm: masterclasses: Cocalero and Macchu Pisco (free); 2.30pm-3.30pm: zumba workshop by Mundo Latino UK (£3); 3.30pm-6pm: Movimientos presents (free): DJ Karl (Tropical Beats), Family Atlantica Duo live.