The Kingston Butter Factory will host the return of food truck and live music festival Eats and Beats next Friday night.
The roaming event attracted close to 100,000 visitors in 2015, as it popped up at locations across the City of Logan.
City of Logan Mayor Pam Parker says people have embraced the free monthly event, turning it into a Friday night ritual for family fun and entertainment.
“We were certainly surprised at the number of people that turned out for the first event last March,” Cr Parker says.
“Since then, Council has taken Eats and Beats to Browns Plains, Jimboomba, Logan Central, the Hyperdome and Beenleigh and every time thousands of people from those communities and beyond have come along for a great night out.
“The success of Eats and Beats shows us that the appetite for this style of event hasn’t diminished in the City of Logan and we’re happy to say the menu in 2016 will keep you coming back for more.
“We will continue to offer a revolving cast of some of South-East Queensland’s best food trucks along with a changing line-up of local musicians and entertainers.
“It’s free fun that’s perfect for the family so if you haven’t found the time to get along to an Eats and Beats then come down to the Kingston Butter Factory on Friday night and enjoy some delicious flavours in the shadows of one of Logan’s most historic buildings.”
Eats and Beats runs from 5pm to 9pm at the Kingston Butter Factory (Milky Way, Kingston) on Friday 26 February, and will welcome back regular food truck favorites including Pizzantica, Greek Street, Tender Calamari, Donut Boyz and more.