We've long praised the eating options at some of the UK's best weekenders, and rightly so – some of our capital's best-loved street food traders and food producers now regularly make their way up the motorways of England, Scotland and Wales to fuel partiers at summer music festivals.

This year, Standon Calling brings one of our favourite line-ups of the summer to Hertfordshire, in the form of an eating and drinking programme that includes some of your favourite traders.

We know, we know, we're biased – but from Spit & Roast's rotisserie chicken to Arancini Brothers', er, arancini, there's a reason the eclectic array of cooks takes pride of place on the festival's billing. Check out a few of them below.

Whether you're looking for food hedonism or vibrant-and-zingy, we're pretty confident you'll find something that suits your mood as you explore the festival. In the mood for a hangover-purging burger? Try Le Bun, which is back again after last year's successful pop-up with Kelis. Need perking up? Grab a speciality coffee from Carnival Coffee.

Want to undo the damage of the night before? Club Mexicana's vegan grub is just the tonic. And if you want to round off the festival the way you would any big weekend in London, get down to Sunday Lunch & Jazz On The Lawn on the festival's final day. It'll be like you've never left London...

Standon Calling tickets are on sale now, and are available from standon-calling.com/tickets