Where there’s food, there’s fun – or so goes our motto. Luckily (for us, at least), this is exactly what Summer Street Food Festival is all about. Pitching up shop in a repurposed warehouse, East London’s newest microfestival will see KERB and Street Child partner up to bring together the best of London’s street food and the hottest alt soul vocals to create a delicious medley of entertainment. A selection of free food and drink from the likes of Club Mexicana, Prairie Fire BBQ and South East Cakery are included in the price of your ticket, and the silent disco will be, er, pumping well into the night. What’s more, money raised from the event will go towards Street Child’s efforts in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Nigeria and Nepal, where the charity is working to help the world’s most vulnerable children into education. You know what they say: eating is good, but eating for a cause is even better.