Eats and Beats heads to Berrinba Wetlands
Published: 24 Aug 2015
Eats and Beats is back in the City of Logan with a brand new location that will combine natural beauty with a dining experience to satisfy even the most discerning foodies.
Berrinba Wetlands will play host to the urban food truck festival on Friday 28 August with festivities to commence from 5pm.
Governance, Finance and Economic Development Chairperson, Councillor Luke Smith (Division 6) said the new location would showcase one of Logan's most picturesque areas.
"Eats and Beats continues to attract thousands of attendees from all across South-East Queensland and with the days growing longer this is a fantastic opportunity to show off this stunning location," he said.
"Families will be able to sit back on the grassed area and picnic tables to soak in the surroundings and unique atmosphere while enjoying great food and live music.
"With large open space and a convoy of food trucks lining Wayne Goss Drive there will be plenty of choice to satisfy the whole family."
Eats and Beats will welcome back regular favorites including Tender Calamari, Little Back and Fiery Deli with 35 food vendors in total set to attend the event from 5pm to 9pm.
Berrinba Wetlands are located at Wayne Goss Drive, Browns Plains and there will be live music throughout the evening including performances by Ross Burbury, Triple Shot and Neem.