City of Logan’s most loved pop-up festival is returning this month.

Eats & Beats: ‘Love is in the Air’ will get the romance going from 4.30pm at Logan River Parklands on Friday, February 26.

As a special treat to mark the return of the festival, 10 lucky couples have won dinner dates on the nearby historic Red Bridge on the night of the event.

It will be the first time that anyone has dined on the iconic structure, which was recently refurbished by Logan City Council.

The romance will be felt in the Parklands too, with attendees encouraged to grab their Valentines and enjoy all their old Eats & Beats favourites.

The event is the first live Eats & Beats since COVID-19 restrictions began in early 2020.

Lifestyle Chair Councillor Laurie Koranski encouraged the Logan community to support the popular food and music festival now it was back on the calendar.

“Since its inception almost six years ago, Eats & Beats has become one of our must-do events in the City of Logan,” Councillor Koranski said.

“Eats & Beats is always a great night out for families, friends, or couples and importantly, it supports our local food businesses and musical performers.

“Ultimately, the event is about bringing fun, food and a free night out back for the community, under COVID-Safe conditions.”

The event will operate under a COVID-Safe plan. Attendees will be required to scan a QR code on arrival.

All payments on the night will also be contactless, so attendees are advised to not bring cash.

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