Swansea Street Food Festival will return to the city's Museum Park during the Easter Weekend.

From March 29 to April 1, the festival -organised by Street Food Warehouse - will offer an array of dishes from 30 top UK street food traders and introduce new entertainment features, including a comedy show and a Sunday silent disco.

The organisers said: "Swansea Street Food Festival is our biggest and most loved festival. We have received thousands of applications from street food traders from all across the UK to try to gain a space to trade in Swansea."

Last year, more than 20,000 tickets were sold for the event.

Organisers added: "This year we’re ramping things up with more top-class traders, an improved entry system, more bars and a bigger commitment to sustainability than ever before."

Swansea Street Food Festival prides itself on being a festival where each trader provides a unique cuisine, ranging from Moroccan to Afghan, and even Uzbek.

Some well-liked traders such as 'Two Lads Kitchen' and 'Little Marakesh' will be returning with their unique dishes.

For those with a sweet tooth, 'Nomad Waffles' will serve delightful treats made with tantalizing toppings.

Tickets can be obtained from the festival's website.

While admission is free, attendees must select an arrival time slot and the £2 reusable cup must be purchased.

Options for table reservations and live evening entertainment tickets are also available.