Leeds Festival Bar Operators Bring in Fast Pouring Equipment to Beat Queues at Humber Street Sesh 2023!
In a bid to conquer bar queues, and enhance the festival experience, we’ve contracted festival bar operators, Central Fusion, to bring in fast pouring equipment.
Central Fusion have an impressive track record, running busy festival bars at Latitude, Leeds, Reading, Isle of Wight and other major events nationwide.
Following a stint at the Old Trafford Ashes Test Match, Central Fusion will bring 5 bars, fitted with multi dispense units to guarantee speedy service, to Humber Street Sesh on August 12th , and will then move on to serve audiences at Leeds Festival.
With multi dispense units that pour 12 pints in 20-30 seconds and the addition of more bar staff, it is anticipated that queueing will not be an issue at this year’s Humber Street Sesh.
Dave Mays, Festival Site Director, said “The fast pouring systems across the festival bars this year will have a huge impact on reducing queues. Waiting too long for a pint is something that we want to eradicate at this year’s event and provide the best festival experience possible.”
This year, festival bars and stages will be powered by hydrotreated vegetable oil instead of diesel, supplied at a discount by JR Rix & Sons Ltd. As Oh Yes! Net Zero members, Sesh Events Ltd, have transitioned to this renewable fuel, reducing carbon emissions by 90%.
Bolstering the festival’s green credentials by eliminating plastic cups, Central Fusion will be using recyclable paper cups across all bars, with recycling stations positioned nearby.
Following a remarkable sell out in 2022. We’re celebrating a decade on Hull Marina on August 12th 2023, showcasing over 100 acts, and shining a light on regional emerging artists, as well as a few aspirational acts from further afield invited to join the party.
The festival will continue to offer family fun, with the much-loved Silent Disco and Team Extreme Skate Park, Hip Hop Amphitheatre with Beats Bus, ScrapStore Creative Arts Marquee, photography exhibitions, flash mob dances and street entertainers.Back to latest news