ZOUK on Tour – Bingley Music Live Festival

We are excited to announce that we have been chosen to provide the catering at Bingley Music Live in September – GET YOUR TICKETS HERE. Take look at what the Yorkshire Evening Post say here.

Bingley Music Live
Bingley Music Live takes place on the 1st-3rd September and artists include Kaiser Chiefs, The Wombats, Soul to Soul, Badly Drawn Boy, Maximo Park and Manic Street Preachers. Zouk will be catering the entire event including 17 different food stalls which will feature Indian and Caribbean street food, Turkish and Chinese cuisine, wood fired pizza, Mexican food, fish and chips and many more.

The Wombats

The Wombats


Maximo Park


Badly Drawn Boy

Manic Street Preachers

Manic Street Preachers

Kaiser Chiefs. Pic: Danny North

Co-founder and CEO Tayub Amjad said: “We are delighted to have been chosen to provide catering at Bingley Music Live so we are looking forward to the event in September. Our years of taking our Zouk experience on tour to Glastonbury, LoveBox and Secret Garden has prepared us for this amazing opportunity which we will deliver with creativity, flair and tasty food.”

Co-founder and Creative Director Mudassar Amjad said: “I’ve created a special menu for Bingley Music Live which will celebrate the regions of India and Pakistan and will draw on all our experiences. We’ll also be introducing new cuisine to our offering with classic British dishes along with Thai and many more to offer a wide selection of dishes for festival goers. Bingley Music Live is an event we are proud to team up with, their hard work and dedication has led to a local festival which is loved by all.”

Coun Sarah Ferriby, Bradford Council’s executive member for environment, sport and culture, said: “We are pleased to announce that Zouk Tea Bar & Grill will be providing catering for our Bingley Music Live and it is fitting that both the festival and the restaurant were conceived in 2006. Tayub and Mudassar are local to the area, passionate about food and creative, so we are confident we will see their award-winning cuisine at its best at the festival.”