Rug up, then roll up to Berrinba Wetlands on Friday, June 25 for a winter-time fun-filled Eats & Beats pop-up festival.
Special free activities will be on offer at this month’s event to help warm-up City of Logan residents who attend.
Inflatable axe throwing and a basketball shoot out will be on offer for those with a competitive bent, while a giant, dual slide will be available to delight the young, and the young-at-heart.
Dinner and dessert will be available from more than 25 food trucks, as live music lights up the Eats & Beats stage.
LED-lit stilt walkers, hoola-hoopers and a juggler will also provide additional entertainment.
City Lifestyle Chair Councillor Laurie Koranski said hundreds of people were once again expected to attend the pop-up festival.
“Eats & Beats always has its own special flavour and this one is going to be something new and exciting once again,” Cr Koranski said.
“Whether you want to join in with the activities, or just enjoy some great food and music, there will be something for everyone.”
Division 5 Councillor, Deputy Mayor Jon Raven said that Berrinba was a popular location for Eats & Beats.
“Those who attended our popular Christmas Lights Trail last year know how special a night-time event at the Berrinba Wetlands can be,” Cr Raven said.
“I’ll be trying my luck throwing an axe or two and enjoying some great music. Grab your family and friends and come down for a great night out.”
The free event runs from 5pm to 9pm.
Berrinba Wetlands is on Wayne Goss Drive. Street parking is available.
More information on Eats & Beats can be found at eatsandbeats.com.au