Little Stanley Street is set to come alive with the sights and sounds of some of Brisbane’s best untapped talent this month, for the eatSouthBank Buskers Festival.
Each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night during Brisbane Festival (8-24 September) Little Stanley Street will transform into a buskers paradise, featuring an array of busking performances and acts for the whole family to enjoy.
Whether your entertainment preferences are singers, performers, magicians or contortionists, there will be a night just right for you!
And, why not combine your love of the arts with fine cuisine?
Venture down to the street for dinner between 5pm – 8pm and you’ll not only get to enjoy free live entertainment, but incredible deals on meals too.
Sit down and enjoy a delicious meal with matching beer or wine for as little as $30, at a range of Little Stanley Street restaurants as part of Festival Flavours.
How does prawn and chorizo fusilli with rocket, parmesan and creamy Romaesco sauce accompanied by a glass of Vinaceous Sirenya Pinot Grigio at The Jetty, sound?
Maybe you’d like to try the pan fried barramundi with beer battered fries, salad and a glass of Divine light Sauvignon Blanc at Cove?
Or the sticky short BBQ ribs paired with Little Creatures at Bourbon Street?
And, you can’t go past dessert at French Martini, including two Crème Brulee’s paired with two tasting glasses of Vinaceous Vermentino for just $30.
Check out more meal deals here
You’ll also have the chance to win one of three sublime eatSouthBank Buskers packages including dinner and a Brisbane Festival show for two, valued between $150 and $240. Click here to enter.
So stop by Little Stanley Street for dinner or dessert or both, and some incredible live entertainment during Brisbane Festival (8-24 September), where you’ll be sure to have one truly memorable dining experience!
For more information visit www.eatsouthbank.com.au
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