Food & Drink

MoM’s Kitchen

MoM’s Kitchen

Located on the Marr, a team of volunteers will be serving locally sourced and home made food. A selection of filled rolls, pies, cakes, pancakes and bakes will be available throughout the festival weekend. All money raised by MTE and MoM’s Kitchen goes to the Watson Institute Restoration Fund and Eden Valley Hospice.

The Duke of Cumberland

The Duke of Cumberland

Adding to the multi-cultural flavour of Music on the Marr, The Duke will be serving street food, with cuisine from Spain, Mexico and India , as well as chips and the popular BBQ favourites.

Scrumptious Sweets & Drinks

Scrumptious Sweets & Drinks

An expansion from a school bus enterprise, this stall is run by a local who's grown up with Music on the Marr. As the name suggests; sweets, drinks, and other goodies are avilable here. Located next to the festival office.

Casbah Coffee

Casbah Coffee

In response to requests for ‘proper’ coffee, Cumbria’s funkiest little coffee van, serving speciality coffee roasted in Cumbria against a backdrop of eclectic sounds for a perfect coffee vibe. Available from Friday evening through to Sunday evening. Also selling a selection of newspapers on Saturday and Sunday.

The Magnificent Tea Emporium

The Magnificent Tea Emporium

Situated in the small marquee at the rear of the Watson Institute. Choices available include any combination of freshly cooked bacon, sausage and egg served in a roll. Breakfast cereals, toast, tea or coffee are also on the menu. Over the weekend there is a choice of cakes, bakes and pastries both sweet and savoury; tea, coffee and cold drinks.

Ice Cream

Ice Cream

Ice Creams were a new 2018 addition, with smoothies and milk shakes too. All locally home-made by Mark and Simon from Tarn Road Nursery, just outside of Brampton. The flavours can change from day to day as fresh ice cream is made specially for Music on the Marr!

Thunder & Lightning, G&T, Grape and Cola are to name but a few flavours!