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Caxton Street Festival: What’s On

posted by Teagan West June 3, 2015 1 Comment
Caxton Street Festival

Ah the Caxton Street Festival. You’ve probably been hearing about it a lot lately, and it’s a good reason you have. Because the Caxton Street Festival is back for another year with a huge line up of live tunes, great eats and even better drinks. So what can you expect come June 7? Here’s what you need to know!

What: Thousands of Brisbane folk wander up and down Caxton Street to enjoy the street festival, especially its famous seafood and wine destinations. It’s one of Brisbane’s most iconic street parties and you’re all invited.

Where: Caxton Street & Petrie Terrace.

When: Sunday June 7 from midday.

Who: Everyone! But keep in mind The Caxton Street Festival is an 18+ event, children are allowed in when accompanied by a parent by are required to leave before 5pm. For more information click here.

Tickets: Entry to the Caxton Street Festival is $29+BF if purchased pre-event here, or $38 at the gate.

More info: visit the official website here.

Headlining acts for the 2015 festival include The Beautiful Girls, Phil Jameson, Thelma Plum, The Snowdroppers, Hey Geronimo & many more across multiple stages throughout the festival. Eats from all of the bustling streets famous residents including Gambaro Seafood Restaurant, Caxton Hotel Char Grill and Terrace, Casablanca, Hotel LA, New York Slice, Black Hide Steak House By Gambaro, Caxton Thai, Statler & Waldorf, Nitrogenie, The Doughnut Bar and more.

We had a sneak peak of what’s available at this year’s festivities on a special tasting tour and we can confirm, if you’re a foodie in Brisbane, then you don’t want to miss this one. Here’s a cyber taste of what you can expect.

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