Most Blessed Nights Street Food Market returns to Liverpool for five amazing weekends

Macquarie Mall will be transformed into a bustling Middle East bazar with exotic foods and a tantalising atmosphere as Liverpool once again embraces its hugely popular Most Blessed Nights Street Food Market celebration this month.

One of the most popular of Liverpool’s annual cultural celebrations, the inaugural Most Blessed Nights drew more than 150,000 people last year.

This year’s attendance is expected to be even bigger with more stalls, more glamour and more attractions on show. The Bearded Bakers will also be returning to the monthlong event.

“Last year was terrific. This year will be even better,” said Liverpool mayor Ned Mannoun.

“People really embraced the idea of Most Blessed Nights and we might even see the attendance record broken.

“The food is just fabulous and authentic.”

Most Blessed Nights will run on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights for five weekends from 24 March to 23 April.

Most Blessed Nights Street Food Market is the community’s chance to experience a journey to the Middle East without leaving home.

This is a sacred time for many in our community and Most Blessed Nights is a chance for families to gather and share a meal in celebration of Ramadan, Easter, Orthodox Easter and Passover.

It will be a feast for the senses, so join us for the Most Blessed Nights Street Food Market and taste the many flavours of the Middle East and beyond on a plate.

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WHEN: Friday to Sunday,24 March to 23 April
WHERE: Macquarie Mall, Liverpool