Still gutted you didn't grab those trainers you had your eye on all summer last year? Or maybe you're sick of spotting people on the tube wearing the same kicks as you? Or perhaps you're just a massive sneaker nerd who enjoys nothing better than drooling over footwear in your free time? Whichever of those applies to you, the Crepe City event at The Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane is the only place for you to be on Saturday April 30.
The latest instalment of Europe's biggest sneaker festival will feature over 250 traders selling an incredible 10,000 pairs of rare, exclusive and deadstock shoes to more than 7,000 attendees from across the UK and beyond.
There will also be folks from footwear care specialists Jason Mark on hand to offer advice on how to care for and clean your favourite sneaks, plus loads of apparel and clothing on sale too, while the nearby G-Shock East store on Dray's Walk will be getting involved with two live in-store performances from grime legend Ghetts at 2pm and 4pm.
For an idea of what to expect on the day, check out the images from last year's event below. Doors open at midday, with entry costing £5 – and you can follow Crepe City on Instagram for all the latest ahead of and during the day.