Join Discover Charlottetown and the Fall Flavours Festival Oct 6 & 7, 2023 for the third annual Street Feast. This free two-day block party features unique creations and quirkiness from some of the city’s favourite local hangouts, including Craft Beer Corner, HopYard, Salvador Dali Cafe, PonyBoat Social Club, Abbiocco, The Trailside, 24STRONG, and Hunters Corner.
Kent Street in Charlottetown will come alive with the sights and sounds (and smells) of the birthday party of our collective dreams. Don’t miss BBQ-themed street food, local drinks, live music, drag shows, bubble machines, chalk art, party games, dance performances, tarot card readings, funky decor, and live art at this non-stop urban shindig.
Come one, come all to Street Feast this fall!
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Free to attend but patrons will be given priority. Seating is first-come, first-serve with limited capacity – all are welcome. Entrance on Great George Street, exit on Prince Street. The event will go ahead rain or shine – we are taking steps to make sure no matter what you’ll be dry and cozy! Please dress for the weather.
DATE: Oct 6 & 7, 2023
LOCATION: Kent Street (between Great George & Prince Street)
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How do I enter the street and get a seat?
Enter at either the Great George or Prince Street entrances and kindly seat yourself! Seating will be subject to availability.
What section of Kent St is closed off?
The block from Great George St to Prince St.
Do I need to pay to get in and/or buy a ticket in advance?
No. Admission is free but priority will be given to those who are purchasing food & drink. First come, first serve!
Is it rain or shine?
HECK YES! We are taking steps to make sure it’s dry and cozy, but please also dress for the weather. #sweaterweather
Which restaurants are participating?
Craft Beer Corner, HopYard, Salvador Dali Cafe, PonyBoat Social Club, and Abbiocco Ristorante.
Do I need to purchase anything?
Yes. Due to the limited seating, priority will be given to those who will be patrons at the participating restaurants.
Can I bring my own alcoholic drink into the event?
No. The street is licensed only for alcohol purchased at a restaurant, which you may bring to your table/seat anywhere on the street.
Are children allowed?
Yes. However, after 8PM anyone under 19 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Can I bring my dog?
YES! Since dogs are now allowed on patios in Charlottetown, they are welcome at Street Feast this year. We ask that you please keep your pet on a leash and ensure they are well-behaved. Staff have the right to limit the number of dogs or ask a customer to remove the pet if it is misbehaving.
How do I order food?
Please go up to the food station(s) of your choice to order. Each restaurant will have their own outdoor station except for Salvador Dali Cafe, where you’ll have to go inside to order. If you would like to order from a restaurant’s regular menu, please go inside the resto to order.
Can I order food from a different restaurant than where I’m seated?
Yep! You can order from the satellite bars and food stations.
Is there table service?
No. Please go up to a satellite bar, food station, or inside a restaurant to order.
Can I bring my own seating?
No, we ask that you please sit at one of the designated tables or groupings of chairs.
Where are the bathrooms?
The bathrooms are located behind the stage and within each of the restaurants.
What is the entertainment line-up for the weekend?
What are the festival hours?
I’m a guest at the Arts Hotel – where do I park?
There are four designated parking spaces on Great George Street (in front of Craft Beer Corner & the Running Room) for The Arts Hotel guest drop-off. After you drop off your luggage, you can park your vehicle in the parking garage located off Fitzroy Street.
I want to go to the inside of a restaurant to eat or the Trailside Music Hall for a show – how do I check in?
Please check in with a volunteer at the Sidewalk Entrance on Great George or Prince Street and they will help direct you where you need to go.