FOODIES joined together under the sunny skies in Reading today for the Eat Reading food festival.

The festival, hosted by Blue Collar Street Food, took over Broad Street with the buzz of crowds, music, and delicious smells filling the air.

Reading Chronicle:

Tables were set up along Broad street as organisers promised 20 street food cuisines for revellers to try from around the world, including crepes, boa buns and rice dishes, handmade burgers, Indian street food, Tapas, and lots more from local traders.

People rushed to the street party to line up for a host of amazing food, alongside a selection of barrelled beer, Pimm's, Prosecco and wine.

Crowds were able to enjoy the tasty treats from around the world while being entertained by a host of performers.

Reading Chronicle:

On hand, among performers today was RASPO, Reading's all steel percussion orchestra, who had a brilliant buzz going with the crowds.

The street party continues tomorrow ( Sunday, May 8) more even more food, drinks, and fun!