Streetbouche is back at the COOP for the weekend of 16 and 17 September. The street-food festival's leitmotiv is to "encourage high quality food, using healthy, local and seasonal products" and this year will involve over 50 food trucks and chefs.
The first Streetbouche festival was held at the same time last year and was so successful that this time round, the organisers have decided to set aside an area of over 7000 m² for the food camp. You'll be able to sample cuisine from all over the world, including Mexico, Vietnam, America, Africa, Belgium, Japan and, of course, Alsace. Vegetarians and people on gluten-free diets are also amply catered for. The festival features a special Fresh Merch area, where local producers, including farmers, brewers and other drink producers, winemakers and pastry cooks, will be selling their produce. There's a special playground area for kids and live music from 22.00 at the "Virgule" venue.
The Place de la Sérigraphie area will also be busy, with the 1000 m² COOP 2019 village featuring the artists, companies and organisations set to move into the COOP once the work has been completed in 2019. There'll be lots of activities, workshops and guided tours, the latter in conjunction with the Heritage Days, which are taking place on the same weekend.
All these events (except the Saturday night concerts) are admission-free and open to everyone.