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Step it up with Corey Parker at Eats & Beats Kingston Butter Factory

Published: 24 October 2017

Step it up with Corey Parker at Eats & Beats Kingston Butter Factory

This month’s Eats & Beats pop-up food truck and music festival at the Kingston Butter Factory will not only boast a huge variety of food and live music from 5pm to 9pm on 27 October, it will also give fans a chance to meet footy legend Corey Parker.

Mr Parker will be at Eats & Beats from 6pm to 7:30pm to promote Logan City Council’s Step It Up campaign, which encourages residents to discover different ways to get fit and stay active on a budget.

City Image Committee Chairperson, Councillor Laurie Smith, said Eats & Beats at the Kingston Butter Factory will be a great way for the whole family to enjoy delicious food and live music, as well as meet Mr Parker and find out about free or low-cost programs to get active.

“Entry to Eats & Beats is always free, and with almost 30 food trucks and stalls, the hardest part will be choosing what to eat because there will be something to delight everyone’s tastebuds,” Cr Smith said.

“We recommend people get there early to beat the crowds, and encourage those who live locally to travel on foot, get a lift or catch public transport.

“Seating will be provided, although patrons are welcome to bring a picnic rug or a chair to the event.”

Greek Street Kantina, I Love Paella and Jamroc Jamaican Jerk Hut are just a few of the food trucks that will serve crowd favourites. Gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options will also be available.

Johanna and Jayden, Bam Duo, The Argonauts, and Izania will provide live music throughout the evening.

The best way to find out more about Eats & Beats, including details on food trucks, parking and live entertainment, is by liking the Facebook page fb.com/eatsandbeatslogan or by visiting www.visitlogan.com.au/eatsandbeats.

WHAT: Eats & Beats
WHERE: Kingston Butter Factory
Milky Way, Kingston
WHEN:   Friday, 27 October 2017
5pm-9pm
COST:    Free entry