It’s thriving, welcoming, full of hungry people, and about to get a whole lot tastier. What are we talking about? KERB has officially landed in DUBLIN!

Our passion for brilliant, independent food is too delicious not to share. Our hop across to Dublin marks the first of several delicious KERB Events expansions!

KERB started 10 years ago as a collective of street food traders – and the demand for events catering was there from day one. KERB Events officially joined the mix in 2014. Since then we’ve produced some of the tastiest events that London has seen with our membership of over 100 incredible independent traders.

Dublin represents a fantastic opportunity for KERB Events! The continued drive to see brilliant, independently owned food businesses bringing delicious food to as many events as possible. The Aviva Stadium is just the start.
Ben Green, KERB Events Chief Operating Officer

The KERB Events team have touched down in Dublin and we’ve hit the ground running. In true KERB style we’ve gone big and kicked off at the Aviva Stadium, the home of Irish rugby.

We first dipped our toes in at the Autumn Internationals, when KERB Events brought Korean fried chicken from trader Chimac to the stadium. The game that cemented Ireland as the international leaders!

What’s next for KERB Events in Dublin…

Next up? We’re back fuelling the lucky rugby fans at the Six Nations, for the Ireland v England St Patrick’s Day match on Saturday 18th March.

Leading the charge over in Ireland is Jane Gleeson who will be bringing KERB’s good craic and flavour to a whole new (hungry) audience. With a Masters in Gastronomy, Jane has the credentials to curate a troupe of the hottest street food traders in the Emerald Isle, and we are ecstatic to have her in the team. 

“I am excited to see how we can shape the future of street food in Ireland. Working with ambitious, local and independent food businesses across the country to bring brilliant food to Irish venues”.
Jane Gleeson, KERB Events Partnerships Manager

The KERB team are now on Irish soil, building a curated line-up of Dublin’s most exciting street food talent. If you think you’ve got a flavour we need to taste, get in touch: