1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
72 Leet Street,
In a twist on the traditional BYO, families are encouraged to bring their own picnics, bring their own instruments and join in the fun.
“Of course we will always have food available, and where possible food trucks, but particularly with young families it’s great to be able to pack your own food,” Steve Nally said.
Pack a picnic, visit the Farmers Market, or buy something on site and play along.
It might just be crazy, but then that’s the idea.
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