Battersea Park’s biggest food festival weekend is back this month serving up street food, drinks and live electro swing.

Among the vendors on offer there’s Indian fusion vegan food truck En Root , London’s best frozen yoghurt trader Frieda’s Frozen Yoghurt. Make sure you try Smokoloko as they put on a culinary display of the juiciest meat in town. The bar will be well stocked with craft beer from local brewery, Mondo Brewing Company, and jugs of Pimms.

Kurbside Kitchen is bringing gourmet hot dogs ranging from high quality beef, pork, chorizo and tofu with a brioche sub.

Plant based fast food revolution Greenbox are the place to go for vegetarian and vegan burgers, hotdogs and popcorn tofu. For a taste of South America, take a trip to Guasacaca, the Venezuelan street food offering arepas and other Venezuelan traditional dishes.

Accompanying the feast is live sets from The After Hours, the UK’s first Electro-Swing band. Fizzy Gillespie, best known for taking the Vintage sounds of 1930s swing to 1960s soul, will be spinning the decks in between sets.

The fun continues over the weekend (July 28-29) as the jam packed, three-day food festival opens up the famers’ market and free interactive workshops to join the very best street food, craft beer, live music, free children’s activities and free face painting.

Delve into the free, interactive workshop tents to learn from the best. Across the weekend, the talented Ben Spalding will be hosting a cooking master class. Sofie Hope is the person in the know when it comes to fussy eaters. If you are struggling with a fussy eater in the family, come along to understand the best way approach it. Rakesh Ravindran Nair, Head Chef at Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea, will be showing guests how to make Keema Litti with anchovy chutney and paprika raita. Or maybe you fancy learning about Chocolate Meditation with Qiming Wuu as she takes you on an experience of Conscious Eating.

Foodstock LDN is at British Genius Site, Battersea Park, SW8 4NW on Friday 27 July (5pm-10pm), Saturday 28 July (12pm-7pm) and Sunday 29 July (12pm-6pm).

It’s also a dog friendly event; well behaved dogs are welcome at the event and there will be lots of water around to keep them hydrated. Online advance tickets are £3 for adults and £2 for children, available at  Tickets can be purchased on the day either online, or onsite at £5 for adults and £3 for children. Booking fees apply.